Building React Apps with Server-Side Rendering (Apress)
Wednesday, 22 April 2020

in this book subtitled "Use React, Redux, and Next to Build Full Server-Side Rendering Applications",  author Mohit Thakkar shows how to build and deploy React applications using the Next.js framework to fully render server-side HTML on every web page. The core of the book covers using Next.js to create a fast and secure solutional React application that renders content on the server-side, protects sensitive information, and optimizes response times. The book also covers other fun and interesting topics such as Bootstrap 4, JSX (JavaScript XML), and adding styling to your React applications.

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Author: Mohit Thakkar
Publisher: Apress
Date: April 2020
Pages: 207
ISBN: 978-1484258682
Print: 1484258681
Kindle: B086RD8JVW
Audience: React developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Web design and development

 

  • Examine fundamental concepts of JavaScript (ES 2015)
  • Create client-side apps using JavaScript frameworks React and Redux
  • Add server-side rendering to React apps using the NextJS Framework

 

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