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To get started with React-JUCE, you'll first need to install a few dependencies:
Once you have the dependencies installed, we need to clone the React-JUCE repository itself. React-JUCE's git repository contains necessary submodules, so we'll need to collect those as well, which we can do one of two ways:
Note that the
[email protected]prefix here indicates cloning via SSH. If you prefer to work with git via HTTPS you'll want to swap in
https://github.com/nick-thompson/react-juce.gitin the above commands.