Hacking with React
by Paul Hudson
Publisher: Leanpub 2016
Number of pages: 236
A hands-on introduction to making a web app using React 0.14, React Router 1.0, ES6, Jest and more. Each chapter is very short, it takes about five minutes to complete, although a handful might take 10 minutes because they cover more complicated topics.
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