This guide is for people who are starting with React. I have carefully curated the best videos and articles in each section to make it easier for learning.
Note: I’m not associated with any of the websites mentioned below. It’s purely my view.
- Basic understanding of ES6 features. Here’s my article explaining some of the ES6 features.
To get started you should at least know the following features:
3. Arrow functions
4. Imports and Exports
- Basic understanding of how to use npm.
You can use online code editors to practice, or you can use Create React App.
To grasp all the fundamentals of React, you can start with the following tutorials:
React official documentation by React
Beginners guide to React by Kent C. Dodds
By now, you should have a basic idea of the fundamentals of React. It’s enough to start developing simple web apps in React.
Now, take a look at the React official tutorial:
React Official tutorial by React
It’s a well-written article covering the fundamentals of React. And it also explains the specific topics very clearly.
Last but not least, learn how to connect to APIs with React apps:
- Simple todo-app
- Simple calculator app
- Build a shopping cart
- Display GitHub’s user stats using GitHub API
React Router helps you create routes to your single page applications. It’s very powerful and easy to use with your React application.
To get started:
React Router and intro to SPA by Learn Code Academy
Routing React apps by Scotch.io
These articles are more than enough for you to get started with React routing.
- A simple CURD application
- Hacker News clone
If you are really interested in learning much about Router, check out the following guide:
React Router complete guide by React Training
Webpack also comes with loaders. Loaders help run specific tasks around your project.
To learn much more about Webpack, follow the following tutorials.
When and why to use Webpack by Andrew Ray
Webpack tutorial by Learn Code Academy
To setup your local React environment using Webpack, you can refer to the following GitHub repo:
React SPA template by Hanif Roshan
I think the above tutorials are enough to get started with Webpack. However, to get in-depth knowledge you can refer to the following guides:
Webpack introduction by SurviveJS
Server rendering is one of the coolest features in React. It can be used with any of the back-end technologies.
First of all, take a look at the React-DOM API:
React-DOM API by React
And follow the below tutorials to get in-depth knowledge:
React server rendering by Tyler McGinnis
To get started:
Redux tutorial by Learn Code Academy
Redux tutorial for beginners by Valentino Gagliardi
React Redux by CSS Tricks
These tutorials are more than enough to getting started with Redux. However, I cannot resist mentioning the below tutorial too. It’s worth it :)
Getting started with Redux by Dan Abramov
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