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React IDE

by turadg ALL

React IDE utils for Sublime (ST3)

Labels react, jest, lazyspec, ide

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  • Mac 35K
  • Linux 18K
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Source
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React IDE for Sublime

This plugin contains some commands to assist in developing React components.

  • Switch between component and test
  • Switch between component and stylesheet
  • Make import for current file

If the test isn't defined yet, the command will attempt to run LazySpec to autogenerate one.

Related

If you're using Atom, Nuclide is way better. I built this because I still prefer Sublime.

If you want snippets, try React Development Snippets.

Caveats

It makes some huge assumptions about how your files are organized. PRs welcomed to relax these.

It doesn't yet support more than one project.

Required configuration

Open Preferences > Package Settings > React IDE > Settings - User and make it look like this:

{
  "src": "/Users/<username>/path/to/your/project/"
}

(Note the trailing slash.)

Installation

Using Package Control

WIP: https://github.com/wbond/package_control_channel/pull/6185

Without Package Control

Navigate to your Sublime Text packages folder and git clone this project.

MacOS

“/Users/{user}/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text {2|3}/Packages”

Windows

“C:\Users{user}\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text {2|3}\Packages”

git clone https://github.com/turadg/sublime-react-ide.git

Sublime should pick up the changes automatically, without having to restart.