React 17 Design Patterns and Best Practices – Third Edition
Today I have the honor to present the 3rd book of my husband Carlos Santana, the book name is “React 17 Design Patterns and Best Practices – Third Edition“.
You’ll start by understanding the internals of React, before gradually moving on to writing maintainable and clean code. The chapters that follow will show you how to build components that are reusable across the application, structure applications, and create forms that actually work. Later, you will build on your knowledge by exploring how to style React components and optimize them to make applications faster and more responsive. Finally, you’ll write tests effectively and learn how to contribute to React and its ecosystem.
By the end of this book, you’ll be able to avoid the process of trial and error and developmental headaches, and instead, have the skills you need to efficiently build and deploy real-world React web applications.
About the Author
Carlos Santana books:
React Cookbook You’ll understand how to build web components, forms, animations, and handle events. You’ll then delve into Redux for state management and build amazing UI designs. With the help of practical solutions, this book will guide you in testing, debugging, and scaling your web applications, and get to grips with web technologies like WebPack, Node, and Firebase to develop web APIs and implement SSR capabilities in your apps.
React Design Patterns and Best Practices – Second Edition You’ll get started by understanding the internals of React, in addition to covering Babel 7 and Create React App 2.0, which will help you write clean and maintainable code. To build on your skills, you will focus on concepts such as class components, stateless components, and pure components. You’ll learn about new React features, such as the context API and React Hooks that will enable you to build components, which will be reusable across your applications.
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