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Evolving Patterns in React

Let's take a closer look at some of the patterns that are emerging in the React ecosystem. These patterns improve readability, code clarity, and push your code towards composition and reusability. In order to understand these patterns you need a basic understanding of the React concepts and its ecosystem. [continue]

Article by Alex Moldovan

What's new in React 16.3(.0-alpha)

React 16.3-alpha just hit npmjs and can be downloaded and added to your project. What are the biggest, most interesting changes? [continue]

Article by Bartosz Szczeciński

React State From the Ground Up

As you begin to learn React, you will be faced with understanding what state is. State is hugely important in React, and perhaps a big reason you’ve looked into using React in the first place. Let's take a stab at understanding what state is and how it works. [continue]

Article by Kingsley Silas

Forking instead of Ejecting a Create React App

In this video we'll look at technique to help prevent you from ejecting your app that was bootstraped by 'create-react-app'. We will fork facebook's 'create-react-app' repo and modify its 'react-scripts' to make your own version that you can publish and reused. [continue]

Video Tutorial by Manorisms

Adding Storybook Style Guide to a Create React App

In this video we'll look at how to add the Storybook style guide to an app bootstrapped by create-react-app. [continue]

Video Tutorial by Manorisms

Debugging a Create React App with VS Code

In this video we'll look at how to configure VS Code to debug React components and Jest unit tests inside a web application that was created by create-react-app. [continue]

Video Tutorial by Manorisms

Getting Started with Create React App

In this video I introduce the create-react-app CLI tool which allows you to quickly create and run a React applications with no configuration. Along the way, we'll look at each of the scripts that come with create-react-app and investigate various ways to keep your react-scripts up-to-date. [continue]

Video Tutorial by Manorisms

React Router 4: A Practical Introduction

React Router 4 is a body of navigational components that offers declarative routing in your React apps. Routing is of uttermost importance in almost every application's architecture. The larger your app becomes, the more your routing functionality becomes complex, from simple to deeply nested routing [continue]

Article by Prosper Otemuyiwa

Query Strings with React Router

In this post we'll break down how to implement and parse query strings with React Router. [continue]

Article by Tyler McGinnis

Animating React Components with CSS and Styled-Components

There are a lot of great resources on how to do animations with CSS and there are a lot of great resources on how to do styling in React but there are relatively few resources on how to do them both together. One would think that if I knew one and the other that I'd smush them together to make two. That's [continue]

Article by Kyle Truong

Contextual Components in React

Contextual Components are one of my favorite features in Ember. They allow you to expose components pre-wired with state and actions as part of a component's public API, without having to directly expose that state or those actions. This same pattern can be applied to React components using the Render [continue]

Article by David Tang

How to build a GitHub bot with PhantomJS, React, and Serverless framework

This tutorial is about building a simple Serverless bot that returns a chart with top GitHub repository contributors for a selected period. It is relevant to those who have some experience with React, JavaScript, TypeScript, Node.js, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and the Serverless framework. [continue]

Tutorial by Pavel Vlasov