Introduction to React by Cory Gackenheimer, PDF 1484212460

Introduction to React

  • Title: Introduction to React
  • Autor: Cory Gackenheimer
  • Publisher (Publication Date): Apress; 1st ed. edition (September 8, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: | 1484212460
  • ISBN-13: | 978-1484212462
  • File Format: EPUB, PDF

 

Introduction to React teaches you React, the JavaScript framework created by developers at Facebook, to solve the problem of building complex user interfaces in a consistent and maintainable way. React.js shrugs away common front-end conventions in an effort to make things more efficient – use Introduction to React to learn about this framework and more today.

Get to know the React API and it’s specific JavaScript extension, JSX, which makes authoring React components easier and maintainable. You will also learn how to test your React applications and about the tools you can use while building. Once you understand these core concepts, you can build applications with React. This will help you cement the ideas and fundamentals of React and prepare you to utilize React in your own

use case.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How to use React to maintain complex user interfaces in an efficient way
  • How to integrate existing user interfaces and move forward with React
  • How to manage application architecture using Flux
  • How to easily utilize JSX, React’s JavaScript extension

Review

“This book is aimed at active practitioners. It is small, dense, and fast-paced. In style, it is much more of a reference than a tutorial. … I think the book is a fine resource.” (David Goldfarb, Computing Reviews, computingreviews.com, June, 2016)

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Introduction to React teaches you React, the JavaScript framework created by developers at Facebook, to solve the problem of building complex user interfaces in a consistent and maintainable way. React.js shrugs away common front-end conventions in an effort to make things more efficient – use Introduction to React to learn about this framework and more today. Get to know the React API and it’s specific JavaScript extension, JSX, which makes authoring React components easier and maintainable. You will also learn how to test your React applications and about the tools you can use while building. Once you understand these core concepts, you can build applications with React. This will help you cement the ideas and fundamentals of React and prepare you to utilize React in your own use case.See how to:use React to maintain complex user interfaces in an efficient wayintegrate existing user interfaces and move forward with Reactmanage application architecture using Fluxeasily utilize JSX, React’s JavaScript extension

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Comments:

This book was very useful in helping me decide whether to adopt React for new projects at work and at home. I particularly enjoyed the sections on Flux architecture at the end of the book. I’d read a bit about Flux, but seeing example code was helpful and the explanation of the sample apps made it click for me.
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