Getting Started for Developers

Welcome to Frontastic Development!

Frontastic provides you with a unified development experience across all code areas while sticking to community standards as much as possible. 

First things first, you'll need an understanding of using ReactJS. The majority of our code is built using this for the smoothest user experience and easy component development. If you're new to ReactJS, let us know and we'll be happy to help.

Next, you need to make sure you've got Git installed on your local machine as well as having access to https://[yourcompany] .frontastic.io.  See this article if you don't have access.

You'll also need to know which area of the project code you'll be working in. If you only need to work in HTML, CSS and maybe small bits of JavaScript, you can work in Storybook. Otherwise, you'll need access to the Virtual Machine (VM) that we provide so you can execute and test your code in an environment that's as close as possible to the Production environment. 

We'll go through the differences between the two as well as how to set up the VM later in this section, but firstly we need to look at the Frontastic Architecture and understand how we'll be working together.

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