React in Action

Author: Mark T. Thomas

Publisher: Pearson Professional

ISBN:

Category: COMPUTERS

Page: 360

View: 228

Summary React in Action introduces front-end developers to the React framework and related tools. This clearly written, example-rich book begins by introducing you to React, diving into some of the fundamental ideas in React, and working with components. In the second section, you'll explore the different ways that data works in React as well as learning more about components. You'll also find several useful appendixes covering related topics like React tooling and the React ecosystem. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the Technology Facebook created React to help deliver amazing user experiences on a website with thousands of components and an incomprehensible amount of traffic. The same powerful tools are available to you too! The key is a clever design for managing state, data flow, and rendering, so your application is easy to think about and runs smoothly. Add an incredibly rich ecosystem of components and libraries, and you've got a recipe for building web apps that will delight both developers and users. About the Book React in Action teaches you to think like a pro about user interfaces and building them with React. This practical book gets you up and running quickly with hands-on examples in every chapter. You'll master core topics like rendering, lifecycle methods, JSX, data flow, forms, routing, integrating with third-party libraries, and testing. And the included application design ideas will help make your apps pop. As you learn to integrate React into full-stack applications, you'll explore state management with Redux and server-side rendering, and even dabble in React Native for mobile UIs. What's Inside React from the ground up Implementing a routing system with components Server-side rendering in Node.js Working with third-party libraries Testing React components About the Reader Written for developers familiar with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. About the Author Mark Thomas is an experienced software engineer who works daily with React, JavaScript, and Node.js. He loves clean code, beautiful systems, and good coffee. Table of Contents PART 1 - MEET REACT Meet React : our first component PART 2 - COMPONENTS AND DATA IN REACT Data and data flow in React Rendering and lifecycle methods in React Working with forms in React Integrating third-party libraries with React Routing in React More routing and integrating Firebase Testing React components PART 3 - REACT APPLICATION ARCHITECTURE Redux application architecture More Redux and integrating Redux with React React on the server and integrating React Router An introduction to React Native

React Native in Action

Author: Nader Dabit

Publisher: Pearson Professional

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 300

View: 755

"Written for beginner-to-intermediate web, Android, and iOS developers.

React Hooks in Action

With Suspense and Concurrent Mode

Author: John Larsen

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 376

View: 853

Build stylish, slick, and speedy-to-load user interfaces in React without writing custom classes. React Hooks are a new category of functions that help you to manage state, lifecycle, and side effects within functional components. With React Hooks in Action, you'll be a more effective React developer React Hooks in Action shows you how to use Hooks to make your codebase simpler and more reusable, and your applications faster and more responsive. As you build a resource-booking example application, you'll learn to develop components with local, shared, and application states. Along the way, you'll discover different approaches to data fetching to improve user experience, and you'll explore third party hooks in the evolving React ecosystem. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.

React in Action

Author: Mark Thomas

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 360

View: 402

Summary React in Action introduces front-end developers to the React framework and related tools. This clearly written, example-rich book begins by introducing you to React, diving into some of the fundamental ideas in React, and working with components. In the second section, you'll explore the different ways that data works in React as well as learning more about components. You'll also find several useful appendixes covering related topics like React tooling and the React ecosystem. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the Technology Facebook created React to help deliver amazing user experiences on a website with thousands of components and an incomprehensible amount of traffic. The same powerful tools are available to you too! The key is a clever design for managing state, data flow, and rendering, so your application is easy to think about and runs smoothly. Add an incredibly rich ecosystem of components and libraries, and you've got a recipe for building web apps that will delight both developers and users. About the Book React in Action teaches you to think like a pro about user interfaces and building them with React. This practical book gets you up and running quickly with hands-on examples in every chapter. You'll master core topics like rendering, lifecycle methods, JSX, data flow, forms, routing, integrating with third-party libraries, and testing. And the included application design ideas will help make your apps pop. As you learn to integrate React into full-stack applications, you'll explore state management with Redux and server-side rendering, and even dabble in React Native for mobile UIs. What's Inside React from the ground up Implementing a routing system with components Server-side rendering in Node.js Working with third-party libraries Testing React components About the Reader Written for developers familiar with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. About the Author Mark Thomas is an experienced software engineer who works daily with React, JavaScript, and Node.js. He loves clean code, beautiful systems, and good coffee. Table of Contents PART 1 - MEET REACT Meet React Our first component PART 2 - COMPONENTS AND DATA IN REACT Data and data flow in React Rendering and lifecycle methods in React Working with forms in React Integrating third-party libraries with React Routing in React More routing and integrating Firebase Testing React components PART 3 - REACT APPLICATION ARCHITECTURE Redux application architecture More Redux and integrating Redux with React React on the server and integrating React Router An introduction to React Native

Redux in Action

Author: Marc Garreau

Publisher: Pearson Professional

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 312

View: 624

Summary With Redux in Action, you'll discover how to integrate Redux into your React application and development environment. With the insights you glean from the experience of authors Marc Garreau and Will Faurot, you'll be more than confident in your ability to solve your state management woes with Redux and focus on developing the apps you need! Foreword by Mark Erikson, Redux co-maintainer. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the Technology With Redux, you manage the state of a web application in a single, simple object, practically eliminating most state-related bugs. Centralizing state with Redux makes it possible to quickly start saved user sessions, maintain a reliable state history, and smoothly transfer state between UIs. Plus, the Redux state container is fully programmable and integrates cleanly with React and other popular frameworks. About the Book Redux in Action is an accessible guide to effectively managing state in web applications. Built around common use cases, this practical book starts with a simple task-management application built in React. You'll use the app to learn the Redux workflow, handle asynchronous actions, and get your hands on the Redux developer tools. With each step, you'll discover more about Redux and the benefits of centralized state management. The book progresses to more-complex examples, including writing middleware for analytics, time travel debugging, and an overview of how Redux works with other frameworks such as Angular and Electron. What's Inside Using Redux in an existing React application Handling side effects with the redux-saga library Consuming APIs with asynchronous actions Unit testing a React and Redux application About the Reader For web developers comfortable with JavaScript and React. About the Author Marc Garreau has architected and executed half a dozen unique client-side applications using Redux. Will Faurot is a mentor for Redux developers of all skill levels. Table of Contents Introducing Redux Your first Redux application Debugging Redux applications Consuming an API Middleware Handling complex side effects Preparing data for components Structuring a Redux store Testing Redux applications Performance Structuring Redux code Redux beyond React

React.js Essentials

Author: Artemij Fedosejev

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 208

View: 315

A fast-paced guide to designing and building scalable and maintainable web apps with React.js About This Book Build maintainable and performant user interfaces for your web applications using React.js Create reusable React.js components to save time and effort in maintaining your user interfaces Learn how to build a ready-to-deploy React.js web application, following our step-by-step tutorial Who This Book Is For If you're a front-end developer with knowledge of jQuery and its libraries, along with frameworks, such as Angular.JS and Backbone.JS, or native JavaScript development, and you wish to use the fastest web user interface library there is, then this book is ideal for you. What You Will Learn Install powerful React.js tools to make development much more efficient Create React elements with properties and children Get started with stateless and stateful React components Use JSX to speed up your React.js development process Add reactivity to your React components with lifecycle methods Integrate your React components with other JavaScript libraries Utilize the Flux application architecture with your React components Test your React components with Jest test framework In Detail Building web applications with maintainable and performant user interfaces is a challenge that many have faced for more than a decade, but no one has risen to this challenge quite like React.js. Today React.js is used by Facebook, Instagram, Khan Academy, and Imperial College London, to name a few. Many new users recognize the benefits of React.js and adopt it in their own projects, forming a fast-growing community. The speed at which React.js has evolved promises a bright future for those who invest in learning it today. React.js Essentials will take you on a fast-paced journey through building your own maintainable React.js application. Begin by exploring how you can create single and multiple user interface elements. Create stateless and stateful components and make them reactive, learn to interact between your components and lifecycle methods and gauge how to effectively integrate your user interface components with other JavaScript libraries. Delve deep into the core elements of the Flux architecture and learn how to manage your application using stores. Finish by going that extra mile with the Jest test framework, running multiple tests on your application and find solutions to scale it further without complexity. Style and approach The book adopts a step-by-step, hands-on approach with ample codes to ensure you learn React.js at a fast pace.

Vue.js in Action

Author: Eric Hanchett

Publisher: Pearson Professional

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 375

View: 598

Vue.js is a front-end framework that builds on many of the reactive UI ideas introduced in React.js. Vue.js in Action teaches readers to build fast, flowing web UI with the Vue.js framework. As they move through the book, readers put their skills to practice by building a complete web store application with product listings, a checkout process, and an administrative interface! Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.

Svelte and Sapper in Action

Author: Mark Volkmann

Publisher: Manning Publications

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 456

View: 450

Svelte and Sapper in Action teaches you to design and build fast, elegant web applications. You’ll start immediately by creating an engaging Travel Packing app as you learn to create Svelte components and develop great UX. You’ll master Svelte’s unique state management model, use Sapper for simplified page routing, and take on modern best practices like code splitting, offline support, and server-rendered views. Summary Imagine web apps with fast browser load times that also offer amazing developer productivity and require less code to create. That’s what Svelte and Sapper deliver! Svelte pushes a lot of the work a frontend framework would handle to the compile step, so your app components come out as tight, well-organized JavaScript modules. Sapper is a lightweight web framework that minimizes application size through server-rendering front pages and only loading the JavaScript you need. The end result is more efficient apps with great UX and simplified state management. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the technology Many web frameworks load hundreds of “just-in-case” code lines that clutter and slow your apps. Svelte, an innovative, developer-friendly tool, instead compiles applications to very small bundles for lightning-fast load times that do more with less code. Pairing Svelte with the Sapper framework adds features for flexible and simple page routing, server-side rendering, static site development, and more. About the book Svelte and Sapper in Action teaches you to design and build fast, elegant web applications. You’ll start immediately by creating an engaging Travel Packing app as you learn to create Svelte components and develop great UX. You’ll master Svelte’s unique state management model, use Sapper for simplified page routing, and take on modern best practices like code splitting, offline support, and server-rendered views. What's inside - Creating Svelte components - Using stores for shared data - Configuring page routing - Debugging, testing, and deploying Svelte apps - Using Sapper for dynamic and static sites About the reader For web developers familiar with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. About the author Mark Volkmann is a partner at Object Computing, where he has provided software consulting and training since 1996. Table of Contents PART 1 - GETTING STARTED 1 Meet the players 2 Your first Svelte app PART 2 - DEEPER INTO SVELTE 3 Creating components 4 Block structures 5 Component communication 6 Stores 7 DOM interactions 8 Lifecycle functions 9 Client-side routing 10 Animation 11 Debugging 12 Testing 13 Deploying 14 Advanced Svelte PART 3 - DEEPER INTO SAPPER 15 Your first Sapper app 16 Sapper applications 17 Sapper server routes 18 Exporting static sties with Sapper 19 Sapper offline support PART 4 - BEYOND SVELTE AND SAPPER 20 Preprocessors 21 Svelte Native

MobX Quick Start Guide

Supercharge the client state in your React apps with MobX

Author: Pavan Podila

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 236

View: 483

Apply functional Reactive programming for simple and scalable state management with MobX Key Features The easiest way to learn MobX to enhance your client-side state-management Understand how the concepts and components fit together Work through different state management scenarios with MobX Book Description MobX is a simple and highly scalable state management library in JavaScript. Its abstractions can help you manage state in small to extremely large applications. However, if you are just starting out, it is essential to have a guide that can help you take the first steps. This book aims to be that guide that will equip you with the skills needed to use MobX and effectively handle the state management aspects of your application. You will first learn about observables, actions, and reactions: the core concepts of MobX. To see how MobX really shines and simplifies state management, you'll work through some real-world use cases. Building on these core concepts and use cases, you will learn about advanced MobX, its APIs, and libraries that extend MobX. By the end of this book, you will not only have a solid conceptual understanding of MobX, but also practical experience. You will gain the confidence to tackle many of the common state management problems in your own projects. What you will learn Explore the fundamental concepts of MobX, such as observables, actions, and reactions Use observables to track state and react to its changes with validations and visual feedback (via React Components) Create a MobX observable from different data types Define form data as an observable state and tackle sync and async form validations Use the special APIs to directly manipulate observables, tracking its changes, and discovering the reasons behind a change Tackle any state management issue you may have in your app by combining mobx-utils and mobx-state-tree Explore the internals of the MobX reactive system by diving into its inner workings Who this book is for This book is for web developers who want to implement easy and scalable state management for their apps. Knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is assumed

The Road to React

Your journey to master plain yet pragmatic React.js

Author: Robin Wieruch

Publisher: Robin Wieruch

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 248

View: 650

LAST UPDATE: 09. June 2021 If you are looking for a comprehensive and pragmatic yet concise and up-to-date React.js feat. Hooks book, the Road to React is for you. What you will learn. In "The Road to React" you will learn about all the fundamentals of React.js with Hooks while building a full-blown React application step by step. While you create the React application, every chapter will introduce you to a new React key feature. However, there is more than only the fundamentals: The book dives into related topics (e.g. React with TypeScript, Testing, Performance Optimizations) and advanced feature implementations like client- and server-side searching. At the end of the book, you will have a fully working deployed React application. Is it up to date? Programming books are usually outdated soon after their release, but since this book is self- published, I can update it as needed whenever a new version of something related to this book gets released. I am a beginner. Is this book for me? Yes. The book starts from zero and takes you through the learning experience step by step. Every chapter builds up on the learnings from the previous chapter. In addition, at the end of every chapter, exercises fortify your lessons learned. If you got stuck in a chapter, you will always find a reference URL to the status quo of the actual code. Core Concepts Pragmatic: Master React while building a complete application step by step. Problems Solving: You need to experience a problem first before solving it. The Why: Readers like how the book answers the Why, not only the How. Table of Contents Fundamentals of React Hello React Requirements Setting up a React Project Meet the React Component React JSX Lists in React Meet another React Component React Component Instantiation ReactDOM React Component Definition (Advanced) Handler Function in JSX React Props React State Callback Handlers in JSX Lifting State in React React Controlled Components Props Handling (Advanced) React Side-Effects React Custom Hooks (Advanced) React Fragments Reusable React Component React Component Composition Imperative React Inline Handler in JSX React Asynchronous Data React Conditional Rendering React Advanced State React Impossible States Data Fetching with React Data Re-Fetching in React Memoized Handler in React (Advanced) Explicit Data Fetching with React Third-Party Libraries in React Async/Await in React (Advanced) Forms in React React's Legacy React Class Components React Class Components: State Imperative React Styling in React CSS in React CSS Modules in React Styled Components in React SVGs in React React Maintenance Performance in React (Advanced) TypeScript in React Unit Testing to Integration Testing React Project Structure Real World React (Advanced) Sorting Reverse Sort Remember Last Searches Paginated Fetch Deploying a React Application Build Process Deploy to Firebase

Learning Redux

Author: Daniel Bugl

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 374

View: 642

Build consistent web apps with Redux by easily centralizing the state of your application. About This Book Write applications that behave consistently, run in different environments (client, server and native), and are easy to test Take your web apps to the next level by combining the power of Redux with other frameworks such as React and Angular Uncover the best practices and hidden features of Redux to build applications that are powerful, consistent, and maintainable Who This Book Is For This book targets developers who are already fluent in JavaScript but want to extend their web development skills to develop and maintain bigger applications. What You Will Learn Understand why and how Redux works Implement the basic elements of Redux Use Redux in combination with React/Angular to develop a web application Debug a Redux application Interface with external APIs with Redux Implement user authentication with Redux Write tests for all elements of a Redux application Implement simple and more advanced routing with Redux Learn about server-side rendering with Redux and React Create higher-order reducers for Redux Extend the Redux store via middleware In Detail The book starts with a short introduction to the principles and the ecosystem of Redux, then moves on to show how to implement the basic elements of Redux and put them together. Afterward, you are going to learn how to integrate Redux with other frameworks, such as React and Angular. Along the way, you are going to develop a blog application. To practice developing growing applications with Redux, we are going to start from nothing and keep adding features to our application throughout the book. You are going to learn how to integrate and use Redux DevTools to debug applications, and access external APIs with Redux. You are also going to get acquainted with writing tests for all elements of a Redux application. Furthermore, we are going to cover important concepts in web development, such as routing, user authentication, and communication with a backend server After explaining how to use Redux and how powerful its ecosystem can be, the book teaches you how to make your own abstractions on top of Redux, such as higher-order reducers and middleware. By the end of the book, you are going to be able to develop and maintain Redux applications with ease. In addition to learning about Redux, you are going be familiar with its ecosystem, and learn a lot about JavaScript itself, including best practices and patterns. Style and approach This practical guide will teach you how to develop a complex, data-intensive application leveraging the capabilities of the Redux framework.

Pro React 16

Author: Adam Freeman

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 745

View: 419

Use the enormously popular React framework to build dynamic JavaScript applications that take advantage of the capabilities of modern browsers and devices. You will learn how React brings the power of strong architecture and responsive data to the client, providing the foundation for complex and rich user interfaces. Best-selling author Adam Freeman explains how to get the most from React. He begins by describing the React architecture and the benefits it offers and then shows you how to use React and its associated tools and libraries in your projects, starting from the nuts and bolts and building up to the most advanced and sophisticated features, going in-depth to give you the knowledge you need. Each topic is presented clearly and concisely. Chapters include common problems and how to avoid them. What You’ll Learn Gain a solid understanding of the React design Create rich and dynamic web app clients using React Create data stores using Redux Consume data using REST and GraphQL Test your React projects Who This Book Is For JavaScript developers who want to use React to create dynamic client-side applications

React and React Native

A complete hands-on guide to modern web and mobile development with React.js, 3rd Edition

Author: Adam Boduch

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 526

View: 277

Get up to speed with React, React Native, GraphQL and Apollo for building cross-platform native apps with the help of practical examples Key Features Covers the latest features of React such as Hooks, Suspense, NativeBase, and Apollo in this updated third edition Get to grips with the React architecture for writing easy-to-manage web and mobile applications Understand GraphQL and Apollo for building a scalable backend for your cross-platform apps Book Description React and React Native, Facebook’s innovative User Interface (UI) libraries, are designed to help you build robust cross-platform web and mobile applications. This updated third edition is improved and updated to cover the latest version of React. The book particularly focuses on the latest developments in the React ecosystem, such as modern Hook implementations, code splitting using lazy components and Suspense, user interface framework components using Material-UI, and Apollo. In terms of React Native, the book has been updated to version 0.62 and demonstrates how to apply native UI components for your existing mobile apps using NativeBase. You will begin by learning about the essential building blocks of React components. Next, you’ll progress to working with higher-level functionalities in application development, before putting this knowledge to use by developing user interface components for the web and for native platforms. In the concluding chapters, you’ll learn how to bring your application together with a robust data architecture. By the end of this book, you’ll be able to build React applications for the web and React Native applications for multiple mobile platforms. What you will learn Delve into the React architecture, component properties, state, and context Get to grips with React Hooks for handling functions and components Implement code splitting in React using lazy components and Suspense Build robust user interfaces for mobile and desktop apps using Material-UI Write shared components for Android and iOS mobile apps using React Native Simplify layout design for React Native apps using NativeBase Write GraphQL schemas to power web and mobile apps Implement web and mobile components that are driven by Apollo Who this book is for This book is for any JavaScript developer who wants to start learning how to use Facebook’s UI libraries, React and React Native, for mobile and web application development. Although no prior knowledge of React is needed, working knowledge of JavaScript programming will help you understand the concepts covered in the book more effectively.

Learn React Hooks

Build and refactor modern React.js applications using Hooks

Author: Daniel Bugl

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 426

View: 295

This ultimate guide on React Hooks helps you modernize managing state and effects in React apps using Hooks. You will learn various types of Hooks and how it integrates with Context and Suspense APIs. You will create custom Hooks and learn to use Hooks with Redux and MobX. Lastly, you will learn to migrate your existing React applications to Hooks.

React Native in Action

Developing iOS and Android apps with JavaScript

Author: nader dabit

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 320

View: 190

Summary React Native in Action gives iOS, Android, and web developers the knowledge and confidence they need to begin building high-quality iOS and Android apps using the React Native framework. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the Technology React Native gives mobile and web developers the power of "and." Write your app once and easily deploy it to iOS and Android and the web. React Native apps compile into platform-specific code, reducing development time, effort, and cost! And because you're using JavaScript and the React framework, you benefit from a huge ecosystem of tools, expertise, and support. About the Book React Native in Action teaches you to build high-quality cross-platform mobile and web apps. In this hands-on guide, you'll jump right into building a complete app with the help ofclear, easy-to-follow instructions. As you build your skills, you'll drill down to more-advanced topics like styling, APIs, animations, data architecture, and more! You'll also learn how to maximize code reuse without sacrificing native platform look-and-feel. What's Inside Building cross-platform mobile and web apps Routing, Redux, and animations Cross-network data requests Storing and retrieving data locally Managing data and state About the Reader Written for beginner-to-intermediate web, Android, and iOS developers. About the Authors Nader Dabit is a developer advocate at AWS Mobile, where he works on tools and services to allow developers to build full-stack web and mobile applications using their existing skillset. He is also the founder of React Native Training and the host of the "React Native Radio" podcast. Table of Contents PART 1 Getting started with React Native Getting started with React Native Understanding React Building your first React Native app PART 2 Developing applications in React Native Introduction to styling Styling in depth Navigation Animations Using the Redux data architecture library PART 3 API reference Implementing cross-platform APIs Implementing iOS-specific components and APIs Implementing Android-specific components and APIs PART 4 Bringing it all together Building a Star Wars app using cross-platform components

React Native for Mobile Development

Harness the Power of React Native to Create Stunning iOS and Android Applications

Author: Akshat Paul

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 237

View: 284

Develop native iOS and Android apps with ease using React Native. Learn by doing through an example-driven approach, and have a substantial running app at the end of each chapter. This second edition is fully updated to include ES7 (ECMAScript 7), the latest version of React Native (including Redux), and development on Android. You will start by setting up React Native and exploring the anatomy of React Native apps. You'll then move on to Redux data flow, how it differs from flux, and how you can include it in your React Native project to solve state management differently and efficiently. You will also learn how to boost your development by including popular packages developed by the React Native community that will help you write less; do more. Finally, you'll learn to how write test cases using Jest and submit your application to the App Store. React Native challenges the status quo of native iOS and Android development with revolutionary components, asynchronous execution, unique methods for touch handling, and much more. This book reveals the the path-breaking concepts of React.js and acquaints you with the React way of thinking so you can learn to create stunning user interfaces. What You'll Learn Build stunning iOS and Android applications Understand the Redux design pattern and use it in your project Interact with iOS and android device capabilities such as addressbook, camera, GPS and more with your apps Test and launch your application to the App Store Who This Book Is For Anyone with JavaScript experience who wants to build native mobile applications but dreads the thought of programming in Objective-C or Java. Developers who have experience with JavaScript but are new or not acquainted to React Native or ReactJS.

Taming the State in React

Your journey to master Redux and MobX

Author: Robin Wieruch

Publisher: Robin Wieruch

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 266

View: 728

The book dives deeply into state management in React. You will learn everything about React's local state and state management with Redux and MobX. It comes with a lot of best practices, techniques and concepts. Along the way you will have practical hands on experiences by building own applications. The book turned out to exceed all my expectations. What started as an attempt to write a introductory book about state management in React with Redux, turned out into a full blown 250-page book which showcases MobX as alternative state management library, implements exciting applications along the way and has boilerplate projects to get you started in learning and building applications with these libraries. The bigger idea was to write a book which gives learners a consistent way to study the topic state management. I had the feeling that there exist way too many, partly inconsistent or outdated, tutorials around these topics and it is hard for learners to choose from so many opportunities. I thought, one well structured book should help newcomers to get started easily in the topic of state management with React's local state, Redux and MobX. Afterward, everyone should be on one well set level to build his/her own applications with Redux or MobX. The book teaches you how to use local state in React and scaling React applications with advanced practices, patterns and techniques. Afterward, the ebook dives into learning Redux and MobX as libraries for state management. These libraries are taught from scratch without React but in combination with React later on. However, all these learnings are not necessarily bound to React as view layer library. They can be applied in other view layer (component based) libraries, such as Vue.js, or single page application (SPA) frameworks, such as Angular.js, too. If you are new to React and want to learn React before, I recommend you to read the up to date book The Road to learn React. Due to Redux's popularity, the book teaches more about Redux than MobX. But it is planned to grow the MobX part too, because I am really into that library as well. For both state management libraries, Redux and MobX, you will learn to use them standalone, to connect them to React applications in multiple ways, and to apply best practices, patterns and tricks to scale them in larger applications. You will learn about using JavaScript ES6 to keep your state immutable, middleware in Redux, and flat and normalized state structures. Afterward, the terms actions, reducers, store(s), connected components and so on, will not be foreign subjects to you anymore. After reading the book, I believe you are ready to build your own applications in any (view layer) library or SPA framework of your choice with Redux or MobX. But when using React, you are setup with advanced knowledge about React's local state to use it in larger applications.

ASP.NET Core 3 and React

Hands-On full stack web development using ASP.NET Core, React, and TypeScript 3

Author: Carl Rippon

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 598

View: 997

ASP .NET Core is a powerful framework to architect a powerful backend for scalable web applications. Combined with the solid front-end development capabilities of React, you will be reinforced to build a solid full-stack web. With this book, we will teach .NET developers how to harness the full potential of React using ASP.NET Core as the backbone.

Node.js in Action

Author: Alex Young

Publisher: Manning Publications

ISBN:

Category: Internet programming

Page: 371

View: 687

Summary Node.js in Action, Second Edition is a thoroughly revised book based on the best-selling first edition. It starts at square one and guides you through all the features, techniques, and concepts you'll need to build production-quality Node applications. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the Technology You already know JavaScript. The trick to mastering Node.js is learning how to build applications that fully exploit its powerful asynchronous event handling and non-blocking I/O features. The Node server radically simplifies event-driven real-time apps like chat, games, and live data analytics, and with its incredibly rich ecosystem of modules, tools, and libraries, it's hard to beat! About the Book Based on the bestselling first edition, Node.js in Action, Second Edition is a completely new book. Packed with practical examples, it teaches you how to create high-performance web servers using JavaScript and Node. You'll master key design concepts such as asynchronous programming, state management, and event-driven programming. And you'll learn to put together MVC servers using Express and Connect, design web APIs, and set up the perfect production environment to build, lint, and test. What's Inside Mastering non-blocking I/O The Node event loop Testing and deploying Web application templating About the Reader Written for web developers with intermediate JavaScript skills. About the Authors The Second Edition author team includes Node masters Alex Young, Bradley Meck, Mike Cantelon, and Tim Oxley, along with original authors Marc Harter, T.J. Holowaychuk, and Nathan Rajlich. Table of contents PART 1 - WELCOME TO NODE Welcome to Node.js Node programming fundamentals What is a Node web application? PART 2 - WEB DEVELOPMENT WITH NODE Front-end build systems Server-side frameworks Connect and Express in depth Web application templating Storing application data Testing Node applications Deploying Node applications and maintaining uptime PART 3 - BEYOND WEB DEVELOPMENT Writing command-line applications Conquering the desktop with Electron

Mastering React Test-Driven Development

Build rock-solid, well-tested web apps with React, Redux and GraphQL

Author: Daniel Irvine

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Computers

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This book is comprehensive walk through of Test-Driven Development (TDD) for React. It takes a first-principles approach to teach the TDD process using vanilla Jest. Readers build their own test library as they refactor out repeated code in tandem with building a real-world application. It also covers acceptance testing using Cucumber and ...