These days, everyone and their grandma are using Kubernetes and one important aspect of Kubernetes is scaling your workloads. With KEDA, it is extremely simple to scale your workloads! Let’s have a look.
Every project these days needs a linter of some sorts. So, let’s set one up for our React/Typescript project!
(code is hosted at: https://github.com/djamaile/react-boilerplate-2021)
(last years post: https://dev.to/djamaile/how-i-structure-my-react-ts-applications-160g)
Last year, I created a post on how I structure my ReactJS projects. Now that it is summer vacation again, I shook the structure up a bit. But honestly there are few changes, because in the end React changed little (which is a good thing). So, in this post I will highlight what I changed/added.
Lets first start with a picture of the whole folder structure!