The Road to React: Your journey to master plain yet pragmatic React
Author(s): Robin Wieruch
Publisher: Independently Published, Year: 2020
Learn everything about React Components, React’s top-level APIs, and JSX to create modern front-end applications. You will have plenty of time to apply your learnings in exercises after each chapter of the book. Lots of additional content awaits you. Step by step, we will explore the concepts of React and how to use them in modern client applications to power our front end. All the recent React best practices will be included in this React course to get you up to speed on the current trends. You will build an actual world application with client-side filtering, server-side filtering, and pagination. This course will cover advanced concepts such as higher-order components, render props, and React’s context.
Suppose you are looking for a comprehensive, pragmatic, concise, and up-to-date React.js feat. Hook’s book, the Road to React, is for you.
What you will learn.
In “The Road to React,” you will learn about all the fundamentals of React.js with Hooks while building a full-blown React application step by step. While you create the React application, every chapter will introduce you to a new React key feature. However, there is more than only the fundamentals: The book dives into related topics (e.g., React with TypeScript, Testing, Performance Optimizations) and advanced feature implementations like client- and server-side searching. At the end of the book, you will have a fully working deployed React application.
Is it up to date?
Programming books are usually outdated soon after their release, but since this book is self-published, I can update it as needed whenever a new version of something related to this book gets released.
I am a beginner. Is this book for me?
Yes. The book starts from zero and takes you through the learning experience step by step. Every chapter builds upon the learnings from the previous chapter. In addition, at the end of every chapter, exercises fortify your lessons learned. If you got stuck in a branch, you would always find a reference URL to the status quo of the actual code.
Pragmatic: Master React while building a complete application step by step.
Problems Solving: You need to experience a problem first before solving it.
The Why: Readers like how the book answers the Why, not only the How.
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