Learn JavaScript Series: Some of the best resources to learn ReactJS

Learn JavaScript Series: Some of the best resources to learn ReactJS

In two of our previous blog post we’ve shed some light on how and where to begin to start learning AngularJS and Angular2. You can also find a comparison between React vs Angular 2 here.We’ve received a lot of positive responses to those articles so we are moving forward in similar fashion. This time you will find five sites and resources to learn about ReactJS. Get a cup of coffee and start converting that into JavaScript code with us.

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Learn JavaScript: Five of the best resources to learn ReactJS

A Beginner’s Curriculum for React

Richard Kho decided to put together a list of resources for getting started with React. There’s also a stellar tutorial here on Redux, which is the most popular implementation of the Flux architecture. Read on and start the journey.

Build Web Apps with React JS and Flux

This 20€ Udemy course will show you the ways to master the fundamentals of React as you develop applications supported by Flux, React Router, Gulp, and Browserify.

Are you a front-end developer or a web designer? This tool will save you hours and make your workflow easier

Learn Webpack and React

This book by Juho Vepsäläinen will take you from apprentice to master. From reading his book you will learn how to get into the React mindset while learning the basics of Alt, an implementation of the Flux Application Architecture + style your React application in various emerging ways.

The React.js Program

It’s a project based, linear approach to learning React.js and the React.js ecosystem.

Want a better issue tracking workflow and seamless project management with it? Watch the video

React for Beginners

It’s a premium step-by-step training course to get you building real world React.js + Firebase apps and website components. Each video breaks down a specific part of React and allows for quick referencing in the future. Just under 5 hours of video — learn React in an afternoon or two!


Related content: Where is JavaScript going in 2017?


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13 thoughts on “Learn JavaScript Series: Some of the best resources to learn ReactJS

  1. Hey this is Nate Murray, co-author of ng-book 2, which is listed in your “Best resources for learning Angular 2” post.

    It turns out, we’ve come to love React this year as well and we’re writing a new book on React! It’s called “Fullstack React: The Complete Guide to ReactJS and Friends”. It’s still pretty early, but it’s going to be just as good as ng-book, only for the React ecosystem.

    You can grab the book here: https://www.fullstackreact.com/

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