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Fullstack React: The Complete Guide to ReactJS and Friends Paperback – September 12, 2017
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"The best resource for learning and using React"
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Passionate about teaching, Anthony has coached many beginning programmers through their early stages. Before Fullstack React, he led the development of IFTTT's API platform. A minimalist and a traveler, Anthony has been living out of a backpack for the past year.
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1. Book is HUGE. Looks like an over sized college textbook
2. Way too heavy to carry around, relates to reason above.
3. The way it's written is not my style at all. It is purely project based, and I mean ONLY project based. I enjoy small example programs 1 by 1.
Improvements? I'd like to have more coverage on ReactNative, but this can be another book by itself.
React is clearly explained while completing practical projects, step by step.
The provided code base allows you to actually run the code with a build in server.
Allowing you to watch your changes in the browser as you code.
You'll get excellent coverage of React.
This book should get you up and running with react which is your goal.