January 16, 2021

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Book covering fundamentals on React

repo name softchris/react-book
repo link https://github.com/softchris/react-book
homepage https://softchris.github.io/react-book
language HTML
size (curr.) 1344 kB
stars (curr.) 551
created 2018-05-29
license MIT License

React Book, your beginner guide to React

This is a completely free book on React.js

Why did I write it? Knowledge deserves to be free. Note, things changes fast, and I would love to have your help keeping it up to date.

Hope the book helps you in your career.

Need to brush up on Web Dev basics?

I know we sometimes have a tendency to learn a framework before we know the basics of a language. It’s fine, no shame. But if you need to brush up on your Web Dev basics then this repo takes you from th very beginning to some decently advanced projects on HTML, CSS and JavaScript

I’ve co authored this repo on web fundamentals.

Check it out ๐Ÿ‘‰ Web dev for beginners


I’m easiest to find on Twitter.

๐Ÿ‘‰ Chris Noring

Table of Contents

The book


Contributions are very welcome. Please raise an issue of you see something or a PR.

I welcome contributions on:

  • Suggestions on topics to cover
  • Correctness issues
  • Spelling
  • Suggestions on better formatting

I hope I hear from you. :)


This book now supports Docsify and really welcomes translations. Check out Translations.md

GitHub Pages

This book can also be read on GH Pages


  • ๐Ÿ‘‰ Publish a React App to Azure This module takes you through using the so called Azure Static Web Apps service, you can select the path that fits your framework, i.e React, Angular, Vue or Svelte.

  • ๐Ÿ‘‰ Node.js 5 modules You’re going to need a backend API sooner or later. Node.js is good choice for backend and there are many frameworks that will help you build an API like Express, Koa, Nest, Fastify etc.

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