If you have read my another post about creating a ToDo app in react you are good to go; if not see this post.
You know that React App is a single page application containing only static assets. So, you only need to setup a mechanism to serve your static assets like CSS, JS, HTML, IMAGE, etc. files when clients ask for. Either you can use market leader HTTP servers like Apache, Nginx, etc or simple Express server that runs in Node.js.
I have been using Engineyard as PaaS for deploying my Ruby On Rails application. To have my app server intact I have created a utility instance called ‘redis’ to host Redis-Server and Sidekiq. Continue reading
Engineyard uses CHEF recipes to configure the server instances. You must enable the appropriate chef-recipes according to type of server environment you require.
Prior to deployment, you must make sure that your team member or your self have done all the settings as like in my post . You need to share your public key with engineyard cloud as you do in sites like github