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A bunch of tutorials for learning React JS

React is really popular. Put any good tutorials here...


Yo in React

2015-07-14





Using ReactJS and KendoUI Together

2015-07-14





Trying out ReactJS with the Marvel API

2015-07-14

I’ve recently started looking into ReactJS (Facebook’s front-end JavaScript library) for building web UIs. React has an interesting …





Tooltip Mixin For React

2015-07-14





React Tutorial

2015-07-14





React One Hour

2015-07-14

react-one-hour-email - Build a very simple email client in an hour, step by step.





React Beginner Tutorial

2015-07-14





Medium React Tutorials

2015-07-14





Intro to the React Framework

2015-07-14

In today's world of Javascript Application frameworks, design philosophy is the key differentiating factor. If you compare the popular JS frameworks, such as EmberJS, AngularJS, Backbone, Knockout, etc. you are sure to find differences in their abstractions, thinking models, and of course the terminology. This is a direct consequence of the underlying design philosophy. But, in principle, they all do one thing, which is to abstract out the DOM in such a way that you don't deal directly with HTML Elements.

I personally think that a framework becomes interesting when it provides a set of abstractions that enable a different mode of thinking. In this aspect, react, the new JS framework from the folks at Facebook, will force you to rethink (to some extent) how you decompose the UI and interactions of your application. Having reached version 0.4.1 (as of this writing), React provides a surprisingly simple, yet effective model for building JS apps that mixes a delightful cocktail of a different kind.

In this article, we'll explore the building blocks of React and embrace a style of thinking that may seem counter-intuitive on the first go. But, as the React docs say: "Give it Five Minutes" and then you will see how this approach will become more natural. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Quick; Tags: Web Development, React, JavaScript, Node.js





Intro To React Livecoding Workshop

2015-07-14





Creating Chrome Extensions with React

2015-07-14