- What I’ll try to do is to show how React can be used for visualization: hopefully, this will be useful both for people who come from d3 and who’ve never worked with a web framework before, and for people who are familiar with React but who don’t know visualization well.
- There’s already many, many learning resources and tutorials for React.
- React components , the most important concept in React and the building blocks of React applications.
- The examples of parts 1-5 can be found on codepen .
- I’ll add link to examples of part 6 and 7 when they go live.
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@jcukier: “ICYMI – I wrote a series of articles on how to use @reactjs with visualization.”
In what seemed a lifetime ago now, I wrote tutorials to help people get started with Protovis as I learned it myself (it is indeed a lifetime away since Protovis is dead and buried for all intents and purposes). And a few years ago, I did the same for d3 as this started to become the most powerful visualization framework and for which documentation was still scarce. I wrote these tutorials to help me learn, but since then I have met many people who found them useful which blew my mind. By documenting my learning, I got noticed by Facebook and travelled 9000 miles to a new life.
Visualization with React