Building a React Web Application

  • Cory Gackenheimer


In the previous three chapters you were given an arsenal of information about React. Starting with what React is and how it differs from other JavaScript and user interface frameworks, you received a firm foundation for understanding the way React works. From there you were introduced to the core concepts of React and the features that come with it. Things like component creation and the rendering lifecycle were introduced. In the last chapter you were introduced to a powerful tenant in the React world, JSX. With JSX, you saw how you can succinctly create React components in an approachable and perhaps more maintainable way, compared to a plain JavaScript implementation.


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  • Cory Gackenheimer
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