The Road to learn React [React.js Book]

  • Muhammad Kashif: “The Road to Learn React is a unique book that I recommend to any student or professional interested in learning react basics to advanced level.
  • Andre Vargas: “The Road to Learn React by Robin Wieruch is such an awesome book!
  • All JavaScript ES6 features, that I describe on the journey to learn React, will transition from ES5 to ES6 in the book.
  • The book does not only teach React, but also all useful JavaScript ES6 features for React.
  • The book is open source and should enable everyone to learn React.

The Road to learn React book is your way to learn React.js by building a real world application. It’s a huge tutorial where you will learn all the fundamentals in plain React before you dive into more advanced topics in React with Redux. Along the way, you will learn everything about JavaScript ES6 …
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The Road to learn React

  • All JavaScript ES6 features I describe on the journey to learn React will transition from ES5 to ES6 in the book.
  • The book does not only teach React, but also all useful JavaScript ES6 features for React.
  • I encourage developers to reach out after they have finished the book and build their first React applications.
  • This book focuses on React as the first building block.
  • It only delivers the view layer, but the React ecosystem is a whole flexible and interchangeable framework.

The Road to learn React is your way to learn ReactJs in 2017 by building a real world application. You will get a foundation before you dive into more advanced topics like Redux, Flow and React Router. It’s a huge tutorial …
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Introduction · Front-end Developer Handbook 2017

Front-End Developer Handbook 2017.

Courtesy of @codylindley #JavaScript #ReactJS

  • Part one broadly describes the practice of front-end engineering.
  • It broadly outlines and discusses the practice of front-end engineering: how to learn it and what tools are used when practicing it in 2017.
  • Part two identifies self-directed and direct resources for learning to become a front-end developer.
  • The book should not be considered a comprehensive outline of all resources available to a front-end developer.
  • It is specifically written with the intention of being a professional resource for potential and currently practicing front-end developers to equip themselves with learning materials and development tools.

This is a guide that anyone could use to learn about the practice of front-end development. It broadly outlines and discusses the practice of front-end engineering: how to learn it and what tools are used when practicing it in 2017.
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Introduction · mostly-adequate-guide

Read this great intro gitbook on functional programming:  #ReactJS

  • The language is fully capable of writing top notch functional code.
  • JavaScript will be our means of learning a paradigm, where you apply it is up to you.
  • Part 2 (currently chapters 8+) will address type classes like functors and monads all the way through to traversable.
  • In a pure functional language, you cannot log a variable or read a DOM node without using monads.
  • Its also easier to get started in this language since its mixed paradigm and you can fall back on your current practices while there are gaps in your knowledge.

This is a book on the functional paradigm in general. We’ll use the world’s most popular functional programming language: JavaScript. Some may feel this is a poor choice as it’s against the grain of the current culture which, at the moment, feels predominately imperative. However, I believe it is the best way to learn FP for several reasons:
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mostly-adequate-guide · GitBook

I'd like to have read this before getting in #functionalprogramming #Redux #reactjs

  • The language is fully capable of writing top notch functional code.
  • Its also easier to get started in this language since its mixed paradigm and you can fall back on your current practices while there are gaps in your knowledge.
  • In a pure functional language, you cannot log a variable or read a DOM node without using monads.
  • Part 2 (currently chapters 8+) will address type classes like functors and monads all the way through to traversable.
  • JavaScript will be our means of learning a paradigm, where you apply it is up to you.

mostly-adequate-guide:
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The Year of GraphQL – Edge Coders – ReactJS News – ReactJS News

Top #develop The Year of GraphQL – Edge Coders – ReactJS News  via @ReactJS_News #JavaScript

  • I am now creating another course to re-build the UI of BootName.com and actually use the GraphQL API that I built in this last course.
  • I’ve created 3 other courses before the GraphQL/Relay course, but honestly, I was still figuring things out.
  • The course was a big success to me I think it’s my first well-done Pluralsight course.
  • One thing led to another and I found myself creating a Pluralsight course about GraphQL and Relay .
  • The person who’s most qualified to write the book, Lee Byron , the maintainer of GraphQL, was too busy doing the awesome things he does.

I’ve heard about GraphQL a little over a year ago, and it immediately grabbed my full attention. I’ve been a frustrated maintainer and user… @ReactiveConf: Cool read: The Year of #GraphQL: #ReactJS
@ReactJS_News: New #Building The Year of GraphQL – Edge Coders #ReactJS via @ReactiveConf #Applications

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The Year of GraphQL – Edge Coders – ReactJS News

New #Building The Year of GraphQL – Edge Coders  #ReactJS via @ReactiveConf #Applications

  • I am now creating another course to re-build the UI of BootName.com and actually use the GraphQL API that I built in this last course.
  • I’ve created 3 other courses before the GraphQL/Relay course, but honestly, I was still figuring things out.
  • One thing led to another and I found myself creating a Pluralsight course about GraphQL and Relay .
  • The course was a big success to me I think it’s my first well-done Pluralsight course.
  • The person who’s most qualified to write the book, Lee Byron , the maintainer of GraphQL, was too busy doing the awesome things he does.

I’ve heard about GraphQL a little over a year ago, and it immediately grabbed my full attention. I’ve been a frustrated maintainer and user… @ReactiveConf: Cool read: The Year of #GraphQL: #ReactJS

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The Year of GraphQL – Edge Coders

Cool read: The Year of #GraphQL:  #ReactJS

  • I am now creating another course to re-build the UI of BootName.com and actually use the GraphQL API that I built in this last course.
  • I’ve created 3 other courses before the GraphQL/Relay course, but honestly, I was still figuring things out.
  • The person who’s most qualified to write the book, Lee Byron , the maintainer of GraphQL, was too busy doing the awesome things he does.
  • One thing led to another and I found myself creating a Pluralsight course about GraphQL and Relay .
  • The book made me more aware of that, so I decided to create another Pluralsight course that focuses 100% on GraphQL and also covers DataLoader .

I’ve heard about GraphQL a little over a year ago, and it immediately grabbed my full attention. I’ve been a frustrated maintainer and user…
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Blueprint to becoming a React Native Developer — Android & Tech Publication — Medium

Blueprint to becoming a #ReactJS Native developer:

  • I want to prescribe a plan that will allow you to actually build apps with React Native.
  • You can get started with Meteor by following the tutorial .
  • If courses are more your style I would have to suggest checking out the ” Build Apps with React Native ” on Udemy.
  • A transformative moment for me was when I learned Redux – even if I wasn’t using it I was able to reason about how to better build apps.
  • What you’re really learning is how to work with the native platforms.

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@ReactiveConf: “Blueprint to becoming a #ReactJS Native developer:”


I’m a big believer in React Native — if you’re reading this you’re likely interested in it as well. The Javascript ecosystem is quickly…


Blueprint to becoming a React Native Developer — Android & Tech Publication — Medium