React 17 Design Patterns and Best Practices (Packt)
Monday, 07 June 2021

This book shows how to use React effectively to make applications more flexible, easier to maintain, and improve their performance, while improving speed without affecting quality. Carlos Santana Roldán starts with the internals of React, before gradually moving on to writing maintainable and clean code, showing how to build components that are reusable across the application, structure applications, and creating forms that actually work. Later chapters cover styling React components and optimize them to make applications faster and more responsive.

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Author: Carlos Santana Roldán
Publisher: Packt
Date: of print publication
Pages: 394
ISBN: 978-1800560444
Print: 1800560443
Kindle: B08XMXXZ91
Audience: React developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: JavaScript

 

  • Get to grips with the techniques of styling and optimizing React components
  • Create components using the new React Hooks
  • Get to grips with the new React Suspense technique and using GraphQL in your projects
  • Use server-side rendering to make applications load faster
  • Write a comprehensive set of tests to create robust and maintainable code
  • Build high-performing applications by optimizing components

 

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