In a previous article, we created an isomorphic application and we had a little homework part on adding webpack-isomorphic-tools to your project in order to be able to add css/images/other assets to your project.
Sorry for the long delay after previous article. I was thinking a lot and, actually, learned a lot about building isomorphic apps in React+Redux. I’ve tried many approaches and want to share one of them with you, which I find the most straightforward and easy.
I know, there’s a lot of articles in the network and boilerplates which are aiming to help you setting up the stuff to start your first React application. But what I’m worrying about is that they are still too hard, over-engineered and are leaving more questions than answers.