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Архив Developing a React Edge The JavaScript Library for User Interfaces

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    React is a JavaScript library developed internally at Facebook and open sourced in 2013 for building interactive user interfaces for the web. It introduces a new way to deal with the Browser’s DOM. Gone are the days of manually updating the DOM and laboriously keeping track of each piece of state that makes scalability and new feature development at best, a risky endeavor. Instead, React deals with the DOM in a very novel way. You declaratively define your user interface at any point in time. React removes the need to worry about which part of the DOM needs to update when data changes, and enables you to essentially re-render your entire application at any point in time with minimal DOM changes.

    React introduces new and exciting concepts that challenge current practices. This book will enable you to navigate all of these concepts and help you understand why they are beneficial and can help you build scalable Single Page Applications (SPAs). React focuses mainly on the “view” part of an application, and thus does not prescribe server communication or code organization. In this book we will cover the current best practices and complementary tools to help you build a complete application, a Survey Builder example, with React.

     

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