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Spring Boot App with React

 
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Hello,
I'm learning Spring Boot and ReactJS and thought of building a simple web application to practice. The idea is to allow users to add Coupon Information and then get alerted (not decided how, but Email is a thought) when the coupon nears it's "To be Used by Date". This is just a hobby app for me to learn both the technologies. Most of the websites I have checked have the React App served from a NodeJS server and then for the backend it interacts with Spring Boot mostly through an API. The one tutorial I had with just Spring Boot and React (using Thymeleaf) here seems overly complicated as it references something called web-pack which I have no idea about.

So my question is how common is to have a NodeJS with React and a Spring Boot and is this even a good architecture for web applications? If not then is the architecture in the tutorial (link above) more common?
I have only worked with one front end and one back end server/service so far in my career.
 
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