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I have some non sensitive data that I need to set to different values based on what environment node runs in staging or production, I believe accessing something like process.env.NODE_ENV will not work within a react component itself, only in a serve...
I was using env-cmd to use environment variable in react.   I came across this library from this video   So, I did something like this in my package.json   "scripts": {     "dev": "env-cmd ./.env.development node_modules/.bin/webp...
I would like to run an executable and its path contains an enviroment variable, for example if I would like to run chrome.exe I would like to write something like this  var spawn = require('child_process').spawn; spawn('chrome',[], {c...
In which way are environment specific arguments being used with ionic command line interface like ionic build android --prod --device to make distinctions in your JavaScript/Typescript code depending on the environment, e.g. production and developmen...
I work on many projects that run on Express servers, whether they are front-end (i.e. React.js) codebases or server-side Node.js codebases.  Many times with the front-end codebases I would load conditional configuration based on NODE_ENV, such as the...
I'm new, hopefully this question is properly formatted and formulated. Can't wait to see your answers on this question. Let's get to it..  Context  Past weekend I was trying to implement es2015 syntax support in my create-react-app config...
I have an environment variable that I need to access inside my render method. Since its a custom ENV variable, I cannot use (process.env.NODE_ENV). I have read that React sanitises all process.env access.  How to access my custom environment variable...
I used create-react-app as the boilerplate for my React app.   I am using fetch to make a request to my local server  fetch("http://localhost:3000/users")  .then(function(res){   return res.json() }) .then(function(res){   return res.data })...

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