disable-react-devtools - 🚫 Disables the React DevTools from your production application.

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🚫 A simple package that disables the React Developer Tools in production mode. Disabling the React DevTools is as simple as requiring the module.

https://github.com/naoufal/disable-react-devtools#readme
https://github.com/naoufal/disable-react-devtools

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