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Quick #video tutorial on #reactjs and #redux for front-end development

  • 10-Minute Tutorial, Part 1: Using React JS for Front-End Development
  • I put together a 10-minute tutorial on Using React JS for Front-End Development .
  • Posted at 14:56h in Eat, Sleep, Code by Grant Forrest 2 Comments
  • Grant spends most of his free time playing games, making games, biking, or tinkering with electronics.
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I’ve been using React JS for a while now, and it’s helped me a lot in my daily work here at Bandwidth. It’s a framework that helps bring order to the  complexity of modern web app development—and it’s made client-side coding much easier to maintain.

@bandwidth: Quick #video tutorial on #reactjs and #redux for front-end development

I’ve been using React JS for a while now, and it’s helped me a lot in my daily work here at Bandwidth. It’s a framework that helps bring order to the  complexity of modern web app development—and it’s made client-side coding much easier to maintain.

I put together a 10-minute tutorial on Using React JS for Front-End Development. If you’re creating a new web app today or you’ve got something on your radar, you may find it useful.

Check it out!

Grant Forrest is a full-stack developer with a passion for user interface design. He joined the Bandwidth New Services team in June 2014 after graduating with a BS in Computer Science from North Carolina State University. Grant spends most of his free time playing games, making games, biking, or tinkering with electronics.

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