Covers React in depth, including component composition, routing, animations, drag-n-drop, Flux and Redux, universal apps, performance tuning and testing.
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Tools of the trade
The book uses Webpack and ESS2015 with Babel 6 - the most up-to-date and recommended setup used by React developers.
Download the server source code or develop using the freely available APIs for the exercises and sample codes in the book.
Pro React is the book I wish I had when I first started learning React/JS.
Cassio does a fantastic job at introducing and explaining some of the key React concepts that took me digging through tons of blog posts to learn.
I highly recommend picking this book up.
I have read a lot of software books, and this is one of the best. React comes in lots of little bits, which makes difficult to understand the whole system. The book did cover all of the steps but it also has sections on architecture, strategies and best practices. It is a really comprehensive resource.
This is an outstanding dive into React.
The coverage of each topic is very well designed:
He initially makes a simple example, just to show the underlying concept bereft of any un-needed complexity, and then follows it up with a much more complex and realistic scenario.
Dozens of code samples
Plus a full featured kanban style app built throughout the book
Take a look at the source code at the book's GitHub page.