Running on the local server is only for development. Once you're ready to publish your app, you'll need to build prodution versions of the code.
React 360 includes a command that packages everything up into a single folder. Running
npm run bundle from the root directory of your project will create production builds of your JS, create a copy of your
index.html file pointing to the production JS, and place it all in a new
build directory. To publish your application, copy the contents of this directory to your server. If you used any files in the
static_assets directory, you should also copy this folder to your server. The layout of the files should resemble the following structure:
Web Server ├─ static_assets/ │ ├─ index.html ├─ index.bundle.js └─ client.bundle.js
It's also possible to place your static assets in a different location. You can learn more about this in the next section.