ReactJS and Ruby on Rails

### Before starting

Make sure you have node (v 8+) and yarn (latest version is recommended) installed

On your console, run `yarn install` to install all the node packages.

To run the project use `yarn start` on the root folder.


1) Make it work. You'll notice the project might have few issues around, you'll need to fix them.

2) When the user goes to the root url (for instance http://localhost:3000/), it should present the home page (currently displayed at http://localhost:3000/home)

3) make a POST http Request to '[login to view URL]' on RequestClient performRequest function. The body should be:



"title": "title the user input",

"message": "message the user input"



4) If the user tries to send a request with empty title or message, there should be an error message displayed and the invalid field(s) should have a red border to indicate where the error is.

5) When a response is received on [login to view URL], you should display a message bellow the request button:


Your message has been sent successfully.

Title: {title from http response}

Message: {message from http response}


6) When a response is received on [login to view URL], '123' should be appended to the existing text in the 'message' input box.

<li>So if at the moment you received the response from your request you had 'my message' at your textfield, now it should become 'my message123'.

<li>The added text should be editable the same way as the rest of the message. Meaning if you press backspace 'my message123' should become 'my message12'. Same behaviour should be applied when typing more characters

7) Lastly, all the requests made should be displayed on the first page.

<li>If it was a successfull request, display a green border around it.

<li>If it was an error, display a red border.

Skills: Git, HTML, HTML5, Javascript, Ruby on Rails

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I am actually working with React so my skills are fresh. Of course we would need a previous meeting in the chat so that we are both sure that we agree.

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