When you finish this book, you’ll be well on your way to solving your front-end problems with React.
What You Need:
Node.js 6.x or later, and a modern web browser.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. An Introduction To Components
Chapter 2. Work With State And Events
Chapter 3. Create A Production Build
Chapter 4. Test Your React Components
Chapter 5. Using Redux As A Central Data Store
Chapter 6. Work Well With Others
Acknowledgments Preface Who Should Read This Book What’s in This Book What You Need Conventions Where to Go for Help 1. An Introduction to Components Set Up Your First Project Create a Component Describe Elements with JSX Match Components and Data Design Presentational Components Assemble the Word Counter What You Learned 2. Work with State and Events Get to Know State Define the Application State Update the State with Events Handle Asynchronous Events What You Learned 3. Create a Production Build Set Up the Development Environment Configure webpack Configure Babel Run Your Build Speed Up Feedback Organize Your Code with Modules What You Learned 4. Test Your React Components Set Up the Test Framework Test a Single Function Test Component Boundaries Prevent Visual Regressions What You Learned 5. Using Redux as a Central Data Store Redux Fundamentals Design the Data Flow Connect the User Interface What You Learned 6. Work Well with Others Share Your Code with Others Integrate Legacy Widgets Combine React Views with External Models What You Learned Bibliography
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