Common pitfalls: Creating a custom NPM package with React and TypeScript


This article is written by Vojtech Rinik, lead frontend engineer at Thinknum. We started using React in 2014, and currently it powers most of our UI. We're at version 16.8 now, enjoying the latest features in this recent release. If you're in NYC and enjoy writing React code, check out our open positions.

I recently decided to create a private NPM package for some of the UI we use in our apps. The goal was simple. I wanted to install and start using the package with one line of code: yarn add rainbow-buttons. ("Rainbow" buttons being an example.)


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