Beginning React

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Learn
  • Understand how React works within a wider application stack
  • Analyze how you can break down a standard interface into specific components
  • Successfully create your own increasingly complex React components with HTML or JSX
  • Correctly handle multiple user events and their impact on overall application state
  • Understand the component lifecycle to optimize the UX of your application
  • Configure routing to allow effortless, intuitive navigation through your components
About

Projects like Angular and React are rapidly changing how development teams build and deploy web applications to production. In this book, you’ll learn the basics you need to get up and running with React and tackle real-world projects and challenges. It includes helpful guidance on how to consider key user requirements within the development process, and also shows you how to work with advanced concepts such as state management, data-binding, routing, and the popular component markup that is JSX. As you complete the included examples, you’ll find yourself well-equipped to move onto a real-world personal or professional frontend project.

Features
  • Elaborately explains basics before introducing advanced topics
  • Explains creating and managing the state of components across applications
  • Implement over 15 practical activities and exercises across 11 topics to reinforce your learning
Page Count 96
Course Length 2 hours 52 minutes
ISBN 9781789530520
Date Of Publication 24 Jul 2018

Authors

Andrea Chiarelli

Andrea Chiarelli has over 20 years experience as a software engineer and technical writer. In his professional career, he has used various technologies for the projects he has been involved in: from C# to JavaScript, from Angular to React, from ASP.NET to PhoneGap/Cordova. He has contributed to many online and offline magazines and has been the author of a few books published by Wrox Press and Packt. Currently, he is a senior software engineer at the Italian office of Apparound, Inc. and a regular contributor to HTML.it, an Italian online magazine focused on web technologies. You can follow him on Twitter at @andychiare.