React JS Notes for Professionals book


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React JS Notes for Professionals book


React JS Notes


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110 pages, published on April 2018

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  1. Getting started with React
  2. Components
  3. Using ReactJS with TypeScript
  4. State in React
  5. Props in React
  6. React Component Lifecycle
  7. Forms and User Input
  8. React Boilerplate [React + Babel + Webpack]
  9. Using ReactJS with jQuery
  10. React Routing
  11. Communicate Between Components
  12. How to setup a basic webpack, react and babel environment
  13. React.createClass vs extends React.Component
  14. React AJAX call
  15. Communication Between Components
  16. Stateless Functional Components
  17. Performance
  18. Introduction to Server-Side Rendering
  19. Setting Up React Environment
  20. Using React with Flow
  21. JSX
  22. React Forms
  23. User interface solutions
  24. Using ReactJS in Flux way
  25. React, Webpack & TypeScript installation
  26. How and why to use keys in React
  27. Keys in react
  28. Higher Order Components
  29. React with Redux
  30. Installation
  31. React Tools


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