This is only the beginning. At our little company Parabol, we use the latest tech stacks, and occasionally make a tool or 2 to get help us along the way. If this stuff interests you, and you like the idea of earning equity in a young startup in your spare time, check out our Equity for Effort program. Keep your day job. Stay in school. You make PRs on our GitHub, you own a piece of the company. That simple. We’re a 1-year-old startup focused on breaking folks free from their 9–5 cubical prison and we like playing with future business models even more than future web stacks (our lawyers hate us). Something more formal? How bout an internship: 20 hours/week, get paid cash/equity, and work from home (we live in Brooklyn, Dallas, and San Diego). Save the resume hogwash, show us the coolest thing you’ve made on GitHub. Here’s ours. How’s that for a job posting disguised as a tech article?
“Removes this tool. If you do this, you can’t go back!” I’m actually not a fan of this particular description. What this does is it pulls your application out of the context of the create-react-app framework and into a standard webpack build. This allows you to tweak the base create-react-app framework, either adding/removing dependencies, and perform more advanced manipulations of your app as necessary.