There are some pages in HTML demos that don't exist in react demos so I want to know if there is a way I can reuse code from HTML demos codebase in reactjs
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Thank you for your reply
"Also, all HTML features can be reused in the React version as those features are globally available in the styles.bundle.css for the React version."
This is what I want to do is there any documentation describing this process?
I mean is there a way to use the static HTML code from the HTML version in the react demo for example I want to copy the
Home -> eCommerce -> Catalog -> Add Product
This is the only way as React integration requires manual work based on the HTML template markup. So you can reuse the HTML code of the eCommerce app but the JS code you will need to adapt it for React. The HTML code of the pages is available as it is for all SPA versions.
If you need any further clarifications please us know. I assigned your case to our React guru.