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React Design Patterns and Best Practices

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Build modular applications that are easy to scale using the most powerful components and design patterns that React can offer you right now About This Book - Dive into the core patterns and components of React.js in order to master your application's design - Improve their debugging skills using the DevTools - This book is packed with easy-to-follow examples that can be us ...more
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Published January 13th 2017 by Packt Publishing
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Joe Narvaez
Mar 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: current
Good basic overview. Nothing groundbreaking. Although the author does cover render prop (he calls it 'function as a child' ), he focuses on HOC's. Unfortunately, HOC's have lost favor in the community. Render Props'(https://reactjs.org/docs/render-props...) seem to be the new thing as a pattern for code reuse. For good reasons; as outlined here: https://cdb.reacttraining.com/use-a-r... ...more
Timothy T
Oct 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Beginner to Intermediate React devs
The book does a good job at explaining concepts well and is divided into well structured chapters. I would have liked to see more examples to flesh out some of the concepts as some ideas are mentioned all too briefly.

For more experienced React devs, don't give up on this book after reading the first couple chapters as the meat and potatoes can be found in chapters 4 to 10.

Cons:

* The way the code is explained can be too verbose. Explaining `class List extends React.Component` is fine the first
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Furkan Sakar
Nov 05, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: software
There are lots of gems inside the book, the author did a good job by not including Redux into the patterns. The book starts with problem, explaining basic solution then going into better using specific npm packages. It is always important to note that there is no single solution that solves all problems.
Jon Jones
Oct 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
I read this book to gain a better understanding of the react framework and this delivered. The book provides good detailed information about React that helped me to understand the nuances of the framework in more detail
Eduardo Xavier
Michele did the best work I've read so far about react native. I loved all discussions and compartions that were presented. Lots of insights that improved what I learned so far.
José
Jul 20, 2017 rated it really liked it
Best book on React I have read, goes in depth into advanced preformance tricks.
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The best intro to react book I have read.
Royston Shufflebotham
Jun 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Very clearly written, with great examples. Good overview of various technology options too. The chapter on styling was especially helpfully written. Highly recommended!
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