Learn React JS: Top 5 Tutorials for Web Developers To Get Started

Learn #ReactJS: Top 5 Tutorials for Web Developers To Get Started, via @DesignWebKit

  • That’s why in this post we bring you the top 5 React JS tutorials that show how things work from the inside out.
  • The top 5 React JS tutorials below are presented in the logical order from the least to the most complex one.
  • So, with this tutorial, you get a chance to learn how it all works, as well as get your first hands-on experience of coding with React JS.
  • On the journey with the tutorial, you’ll learn many ways you can use React library and get some sound knowledge.
  • What’s more, now you know how to learn React JS as you have the top 5 tutorials on board to bring a complete React newbie advanced knowledge of the framework.

Learn React JS and create perfect user interfaces easily. We have collected 5 most popular and useful tutorials to help you get down to it.
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Learn React JS: Top 5 Tutorials for Web Developers To Get Started

Learn #React JS: Top 5 Tutorials To Get Started   #reactjs

  • That’s why in this post we bring you the top 5 React JS tutorials that show how things work from the inside out.
  • The top 5 React JS tutorials below are presented in the logical order from the least to the most complex one.
  • So, with this tutorial, you get a chance to learn how it all works, as well as get your first hands-on experience of coding with React JS.
  • On the journey with the tutorial, you’ll learn many ways you can use React library and get some sound knowledge.
  • What’s more, now you know how to learn React JS as you have the top 5 tutorials on board to bring a complete React newbie advanced knowledge of the framework.

Learn React JS and create perfect user interfaces easily. We have collected 5 most popular and useful tutorials to help you get down to it.
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Top ReactJs Online Learning Courses

Top #ReactJs Online Learning Courses

  • ReactJS is a JavaScript library that has become very popular for its performance and its flexibility.
  • If you are looking to create an app that renders a lot of dynamic data quickly and also performs well on mobile, then you must  learn ReactJS.
  • Look at some best online courses that i found for learning below:

    React JS and Redux – Mastering Web Apps – This course will help you to build the React JS & Redux apps that you want.

  • Instructor: David Katz

    Course Length: 4.5 hours

    Number of Lectures: 77

    Number of Students: > 18,000

    Rating: 4.5 stars (out of five)

ReactJS is a JavaScript library that has become very popular for its performance and its flexibility. If you are looking to create an app that renders a ..
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‘REACT.JS’ — WHERE AND WHY TO USE IT? – Cubet Techno Labs – Medium

‘REACT.JS’ — WHERE AND WHY TO USE IT? @nodejs #NodeJS #webdev #javascript #reactjs @reactjs

  • One such example is when Code Academy adopted Facebook’s library, React JS to write JavaScript UIs , which lead to certain important discussion points regarding how React JS can be put to good use in case of larger and complex applications similar to Code Academy.What is React?Simply put, React is a UI library created at Facebook to cater the development of interactive and reusable UI components.
  • One of the USPs of React is that it can perform both on client side and rendered server side and also can work together.React is intended to make the overall process of building reusable, modular, user interface components intuitive and simple.
  • In place of the traditional approach of writing user interfaces, it treats every UI (User Interface) element as a contained state machine.Why use React for larger applications?React is very a lightweight and simple library which only deals with view layer.
  • You should think over the possible performance issues when you build a web application which has a higher user interaction and view updates.
  • React is expressively more SEO friendly than other JavaScript MVC frameworks since it is based on the virtual DOM.The Bottom LineReact is a powerful, lightweight, battle-tested library to build user interfaces with JavaScript.

The Web has gone far too long since HTML5 first came into the picture and people started observing JavaScript as a language which could be used for building complex apps. Most of the APIs have…
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A library for building cross-platform apps

ReactXP: A library for building cross-platform apps on #ReactJS or #ReactNative |

  • With React and React Native, your web app can share most its logic with your iOS and Android apps, but the view layer needs to be implemented separately for each platform.
  • We have taken this a step further and developed a thin cross-platform layer we call ReactXP.
  • If you write your app to this abstraction, you can share your view definitions, styles and animations across multiple target platforms.
  • In general, it exposes APIs, components, props, styles and animation parameters that are implemented in a consistent way across React JS (HTML) and React Native for iOS and Android.
  • A few platform-specific props and style attributes have been exposed, but we have tried to keep these to a minimum.


The authors of React use the phrase “learn once, write anywhere”. With React and React
Native, your web app can share most its logic with your iOS and Android apps, but the view
layer needs to be implemented separately for each platform. We have taken this a step further
and developed a thin cross-platform layer we call ReactXP. If you write your app to this
abstraction, you can share your view definitions, styles and animations across multiple target
platforms. Of course, you can still provide platform-specific UI variants, but this can be done
selectively where desired.

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ASP.NET MVC 5 With ReactJS

#ASPNET #MVC 5 With #ReactJS by @viralJain007 cc @CsharpCorner

  • There are many popular JavaScript libraries in the market but React is the the most popular, and it has strong and large foundation and community behind it.
  • When we develop applications in MVC, we use JavaScript, jQuery, and HTML with it.
  • Now, NuGet package team has provided in-built library package for Visual Studio for MVC 4, 5 and ASP.NET Core.
  • So now, you can directly download the NuGet Package for React.js for your MVC application from npm, and use it in your application easily.
  • In this article, we learned how to use React JS in ASP NET MVC.

React is a very popular front-end library developed by Facebook. It’s basically used for handling view layer for web and mobile apps.
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JSK Weekly is out. Come and see the best stories of the past week #javascript #reactjs

JSK Weekly is out. Come and see the best stories of the past week  #javascript #reactjs

  • JavaScript modules are with us.
  • Browsers implement them natively, and now Node.js decided to introduce them using *.
  • Johannes Ewald writes about the current state of JavaScript modules, including browser implementations, Webpack, Node.js changes, what does it means for library creators, users, etc.
  • If you are still struggling with parallelism and concurrency, take a look at Jonathan Martin’s article on elegant concurrency patterns in JavaScript.
  • Also big news last week was the release of Node.js 8 which includes npm version 5, a new version of V8 engine with significant performance optimizations, native add-ons support, buffer changes, and much more.

JavaScript modules are with us. Browsers implement them natively, and now Node.js decided to introduce them using *.mjs extension which caused quite a stir in the community. Johannes Ewald writes about the current state of JavaScript modules, including browser implementations, Webpack, Node.js changes, what does it means for library creators, users, etc.

Jake Archibald has a great article on HTTP/2 push specification where he takes a deeper look into it and the problems with the various browser implementations.

If you are still struggling with parallelism and concurrency, take a look at Jonathan Martin’s article on elegant concurrency patterns in JavaScript. He covers event loop, promise chaining, async functions, parallel execution and other topics.

Also big news last week was the release of Node.js 8 which includes npm version 5, a new version of V8 engine with significant performance optimizations, native add-ons support, buffer changes, and much more. We have several articles covering the new features.

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