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React.js Introduction For People Who Know Just Enough jQuery To Get By · React for Designers

React.js Introduction For People Who Know Just Enough jQuery To Get By · React for Designers
Updates: Jul 15, 2016: Updated for React 15. I also heard React.js was good and recently spent some time playing with it. Now that I’m pretty comfortable with React, I decided to write a tutorial on this subject. Target Audience: People Who Know Just Enough jQuery to Get by Before I begin, I’d like to clarify who my target audience is. Zed Shaw, the author of “Learn Code the Hard Way” series, recently wrote an excellent blog post called Early v.s. I don’t want to make a similar mistake here. In this tutorial, I’m targeting the third group I mentioned: people who know just enough jQuery to get by. Designers who can do basic coding in HTML/CSS/jQuery. If you’re comfortable with JavaScript or any of the frontend frameworks like Backbone/Ember/Angular, this tutorial is NOT for you, and you’ll be very frustrated with my writing style. Also, if you already know React, you’ll be pretty upset with me as well because I’ll be talking mostly about states instead of immutability or componetization.

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