Getting Started:

Setting Up Your Workspace

Before we start developing our web interactions, we’ll need to set up our local development workspace to be able to create and build our web applications. In this lesson, we’ll take a look at the software, apps, configuration, and dependencies you’ll need in order to do your own web interaction development work.

Workspace Configuration

For an even more nitty-gritty look at my particular workspace configuration, head on over to my workspace documentation, where you can find just about everything I’ve installed or customized.

Learn More

  1. Node.js
  2. Hyper
  3. Visual Studio Code
  4. Visual Studio Code Keyboard Shortcuts (macOS)
  5. Visual Studio Code Keyboard Shortcuts (Windows)
  6. ESLint Code Extension
  7. Sass Lint Code Extension
  8. Parcel
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