react-chrome-extension-boilerplate - Boilerplate for Chrome Extension React.js project

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Boilerplate for Chrome Extension React.js project. The example is edited from Redux TodoMVC example.

https://github.com/jhen0409/react-chrome-extension-boilerplate

Dependencies:

autoprefixer : ^7.2.5
bluebird : ^3.3.4
classnames : ^2.1.3
react : ^15.0.2
react-dock : ^0.2.3
react-dom : ^15.0.2
react-redux : ^4.3.0
redux : ^3.2.1
redux-thunk : ^2.0.1

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