Learning React: Functional Web Development with React and Redux ペーパーバック – 2017/5/18
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Developed by Facebook, and used by companies including Netflix, Walmart, and The New York Times for large parts of their web interfaces, React is quickly growing in use. By learning how to build React components with this hands-on guide, you’ll fully understand how useful React can be in your organization.
- Peek under the hood to understand how React runs in the browser
- Create application presentation layers by mounting and composing React components
- Use component trees to manage data and reduce the time you spend debugging applications
- Explore React’s component lifecycle and use it to load data and improve UI performance
- Use a routing solution for browser history, bookmarks, and other features of single-page applications
- Learn how to structure React applications with servers in mind
Alex Banks is a software engineer, instructor, and cofounder of Moon Highway, a curriculum development company in Northern California. As a software consultant, he has developed applications for the Chicago Marathon, MSN, and the Department of Energy. Alex also assisted in the development of the continuous delivery curriculum that is delivered to every Yahoo new hire. In addition, he's authored several classes for Lynda.com.
Eve Porcello is a software architect and cofounder of Moon Highway, a curriculum development company in Northern California. Prior to Moon Highway, Eve worked on software projects for 1-800-Dentist and Microsoft. She is an active corporate trainer, speaker, and author on Lynda.com.
What it lacks is organization for someone who wants to type along, to be more interactive with the book. You can download the samples, but they are complete. Finished. There's no way to get the content assumed at the beginning of the chapter and then type along as the chapter progresses.
Further, the names and locations of the files are missing. To open and editor and start typing along, you have to guess where to place the file and what to call it. Or look at the already completed downloads.
Maybe I'm the only person in the world who learns by typing.
The layout and progression are terrible. Not everyone is going to get a lot out of this book, but if you already have a decent understanding of programming you will probably get more out of it than someone just starting out. After all, you've most likely run into this many times before.
The code is broken up across multiple pages between multiple paragraphs, and sometimes it feels like someone switched gears in the middle and another gear before you reach the end. Unfortunately that makes most of the examples a tad hard to follow. Give the concept then show the code or even the other way around, but please don't break it in to pieces and put it all over the place.
I do learn a little each time I go through some of the chapters, but really most of the time it's more like gleaning some understanding after I've learned the concept myself or from another source.
I bought this because others recommended it, I will too, you will learn a bit. Hope there is an update soon, react is changing fast.
I got exactly what I wanted out of this book and I tried several alongside it to compare. Some intro knowledge about Node.js is recommended to tackle this one, though, so I recommend combining it with "Beginning Node.js" by Basarat Ali Syed. That one helped me bridge the knowledge gap, and launched me into exploring the topic on my own and adding in custom libraries, etc.