How to marry ReactJS and Sitecore with Webpack – Part 3. JS Engines Performance

If you are following ReactJS.NET topic, then you probably know that they are migrated to a new JS engine. Now the project is using JavaScript Engine Switcher, which supports multiple engines: MSIE, V8, Jint, Jurassic, Chakra Core & Vroom. As I’m planning to use JS engine to render components we need to know which one is the best.

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How to marry ReactJS and Sitecore with Webpack – Part 3. JS Engines Performance

How to marry ReactJS and Sitecore with Webpack – Part 2. Adding Redux

I’ve ended my previous post I’ve mentioned that I would add redux in a Sitecore-ReactJS mix. That is what I’m going to talk about in this post. Continue reading “How to marry ReactJS and Sitecore with Webpack – Part 2. Adding Redux”

How to marry ReactJS and Sitecore with Webpack – Part 2. Adding Redux

How to marry ReactJS and Sitecore with Webpack

There were a few posts on the internet on how to integrate front-end code into a Sitecore solution. It all started with a post from Alex Shyba. Back in February, he describes the general concept of an integration. Then Richard Seal created a module for Sitecore that allow you to use jsx renderings in Sitecore.

I was trying to solve a problem of an HTML handover between front-end and Sitecore developers for a while. Finally, I was able to play with ReactJS and Sitecore by myself and here is what I end up doing.

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How to marry ReactJS and Sitecore with Webpack