Hello everyone, today I will be sharing React.js resources. These include blog posts, free e-books, Github Repos with curated lists, practical implementation of React.js in the real world with working code. You can check out the source code and see what you can build with React.js.
So, this post has so many practical examples with a lot of projects.
I have also included recommended free and paid courses by the React.js team and a React community you can join.
ReactJS examples with code - over 800 apps!
A list of user interfaces built with ReactJS.
Easy to understand React Hook recipes by Gabe Ragland.
Get the latest React patterns, tips, and tricks right to your inbox.
Check out example React JS sites with their Github repo.
A curated list about React Hooks.
A collection of awesome things regarding React ecosystem.
Curated tutorial and resource links related to React, Redux, ES6, and more.
List of top 500 ReactJS Interview Questions & Answers.
Curated List of React Components & Libraries.
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Here you can see the recommended free and paid courses by the Official React.js website.
The Complete ReactJs Course - Basics to Advanced (2021).
Learn React JS from scratch with hands-on practice assignments and projects.
Length: 3.5 hours. The offer will expire in 2 days.
Here you can find free courses from Udemy, Youtube, and Coursera.
Reacti Flux is the largest community of React developers (110,000+)!
I hope you liked this post, I didn't include so many resources because Github Repos already are so detailed, I would suggest you review the resources there.
My favorite React paid course is Master React with Redux 2020 Update from Stephen Grider. It is an excellent course, you will learn everything in detail, almost half of the course is deprecated but Stephen updated the course with new materials.
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So, if you are new to React.js, you can start learning from these resources, I think it's a good way to spend your Sunday.
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