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Download this PDF book: React: Up & Running: Building Web Applications 2nd Edition by Stoyan Stefanov

Hit the ground running with React, the open source technology from Facebook for building rich web applications fast. 

Updated for the latest React release, the second edition of this hands-on guide shows you how to build React components and organize them into maintainable large-scale apps. If you're familiar with JavaScript syntax, you're ready to get started.

Through the course of this book, author Stoyan Stefanov helps web developers and programmers build a complete single-page application. You'll quickly learn why some developers consider React the key to the web app development puzzle.

Set up React and write your first "Hello, World" web app

Create and use custom React components alongside generic DOM components

Build a data table component that lets you edit, sort, search, and export its contents

Master the JSX syntax

Use built-in Hooks and create your own custom ones

Manage the app's data flow with reducers and contexts

Use Create React App to take care of the build process and focus on React itself

Build a complete custom app that lets you store data on the client

About This Book

This book focuses on learning React from a web development point of view. For the first three chapters, you start with nothing but a blank HTML file and keep building up from there. This allows you to focus on learning React and not any of the new syntax or auxiliary tools.

Chapter 5 focuses more on JSX, which is a separate and optional technology that is usually used in conjunction with React.

From there you learn about what it takes to develop a real-life app and the additional tools that can help you along the way. The book uses create-react-app to get off the ground quickly and keep discussion of auxiliary technologies to a minimum. The goal is to focus on React above all.

A controversial decision was the inclusion of class components in addition to function components. Function components are likely the way forward; however, the reader is likely to encounter existing code and tutorials that talk only about class components. Knowing both syntaxes doubles the chances of reading and understanding code in the wild.

Good luck on your journey toward learning React—may it be a smooth and fruitful one!

About the Author

Stoyan Stefanov is an enterpreneur and a web performance consultant. He was an early Facebook engineer who spent 10 years buiding various developer-facing parts of the company. Previously at Yahoo!, he was the creator of the smush.it online image-optimization tool and was the architect of the YSlow 2.0. performance tool.

Stoyan is the author of JavaScript Patterns (O'Reilly) and Object-Oriented JavaScript (Packt Publishing) among other titles. He runs the web performance community site perfplanet.com, has a podcast and several blogs, and speaks at conferences around the world.

About the author:

Stoyan Stefanov leads a double life as a musician and a technologist in Los Angeles. In technology, he has twenty years of experience at the forefront of web programming and web performance in companies including Facebook, Yahoo!, and SAP. 

As a thought leader and inventor, he has published about a dozen programming books and spoken at countless conferences around the world.

During his tech career, Stoyan has also played in several rock bands as a guitarist and songwriter, but it wasn't until Fall 2016 that he got serious about the art and craft of music. 

He started taking classes at Santa Monica College and the University of California, Los Angeles, in music theory, composition, conducting, orchestration, guitar, piano, viola, and more. 

Always curious, Stoyan is enchanted by anything and everything to do with music, from soldering audio gear to composing concert music, from collaborating with musicians on a song to recording, mixing, and releasing it. He has a single-item bucket list: to write orchestral music worthy of performance by the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

At the intersection of technology and music, Stoyan created and maintains onlinemusictools.com, a free website for learning and improving the musicianship and theory skills of music students and practitioners.

About the book:

Publisher ‏ : ‎ O'Reilly Media; 2nd edition (December 21, 2021)

Language ‏ : ‎ English

Pages ‏ : ‎ 230 

File : PDF, 9MB


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