Publish your private React Component Library to a private Github repository so your library stays within the organisation and your team members can pull it for other projects.

In this four part series, we are going to only focus on building an Auth Component Library.

  • Part I: Created a private React Component Library with a simple<HelloWorld /> component.
  • Part II: Publish your component library to a private Github repository and consume it in other apps.
  • Part III: Add Material-UI as a dependency to your component library, build a <SignUpForm /> and a <SignInForm />component as part of our Auth Component…

I have always liked the idea of building code as lego-blocks — re-usable, modular, simple on their own but capable of great things when they come together.

Following that strategy/dream, I am going to create multiple component libraries (auth, utils, charts, etc.) that can be shared across the team to be used across multiple projects.

In this four part series, we are going to only focus on building an Auth Component Library.

  • Part I: Create a React Component Library with a simple<HelloWorld /> component, create a Testing Playground to consume our component and publish the library to a private Github…

Hinam Mehra

For the love of reusability.

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