via Tyler McGinnis » React.js Tutorial Pt 1: A Comprehensive Guide to Building Apps with React.js.
Pt II: Building React.js Apps with Gulp, and Browserify.
Pt III: Architecting React.js Apps with Flux.
By now you’ve probably heard about facebook’s React. You’ve probably even heard really good things. There has never been a better time to take the leap and start learning React. The difficulty starting out with React isn’t React itself. It’s important to remember React is “just the V in MVC” or “just the view layer”. Comparing React to Angular or React to Ember is unfair because React isn’t trying to be a full fledged framework. It’s just trying to be the view layer, which it’s really good at. This brings up issues for developers who are trying to learn React. React isn’t difficult to learn; putting all of the pieces together to build a full web application in React is.
As mentioned above, this blog series will have six parts.
Pt I: A Comprehensive Guide to Building Apps with React.js.
Pt II: Building React.js Apps with Gulp, and Browserify. (Coming Soon)
Pt III: Architecting React.js Apps with Flux. (Coming Soon)
Pt IV: Add Routing to your React App with React Router. (Coming Soon)
Pt V: Add Data Persistence to your React App with Firebase. (Coming Soon)
Pt VI: Combining React.js, Flux, React Router, Firebase, Gulp, and Browserify. (Coming Soon)