In this post, we will present an up to date list of best react books for learning React JS.

These best react books cover the latest features of react and are selected as the best sold books.

So, I advise you to check these react books in order to enhance your skills in react.

Learning React :

Modern Patterns for Developing React Apps

If you want to learn how to build efficient React applications, this is your book. Ideal for web developers and software engineers who understand how JavaScript, CSS, and HTML work in the browser, this updated edition provides best practices and patterns for writing modern React code. No prior knowledge of React or functional programming is necessary. Authors Alex Banks and Eve Porcello show you how to create UIs that can deftly display changes without page reloads on large-scale data-driven websites. You'll also discover how to work with functional programming and the latest ECMAScript features. Once you learn how to build React components with this hands-on guide, you'll understand just how useful React can be in your organization. Understand key functional programming concepts with JavaScript Look under the hood to learn how React runs in the browser Create application presentation layers with React components Manage data and reduce the time you spend debugging applications Explore React's component lifecycle to improve UI performance Use a routing solution for single-page application features Learn how to structure React applications with servers in mind.


Book Details

·        Item Weight : 1.09 pounds

·        Paperback : 310 pages

·        ISBN-10 : 1492051721

·        ISBN-13 : 978-1492051725

·        Dimensions : 7.01 x 0.65 x 9.17 inches

·        Publisher : O'Reilly Media; 2nd edition (June 30, 2020)

·        Language: : English

 

About the Author

Alex Banks and Eve Porcello are software engineers, authors, and trainers. With their company Moon Highway, theyĆ¢??ve taught JavaScript, Node, React, and GraphQL courses to engineers all over the world. They have also created videos and authored training content for OReilly, LinkedIn Learning, and egghead.io.

React Explained: Your Step-by-Step Guide
to React (2020 Edition)

In React Explained, readers will dig deep into how React works and will learn how to build applications with it. While the focus is on building for the frontend on the web, many of the skills you will learn will also apply to writing React on the server side, for native applications and even for Virtual Reality environments.


Book Details

  • Publication date : March 5, 2019
  • File size : 3658 KB
  • Word Wise : Not Enabled
  • Print length : 371 pages
  • Publisher : OS Training, LLC (March 5, 2019)
  • Language: : English
  • ASIN : B07PHQZJQ5

 

About the Author

Zac Gordon is a professional educator, who currently focuses on JavaScript development with and alongside WordPress at javascriptforwp.com. Zac has years of experience teaching at high schools, colleges, bootcamps and online learning sites like Treehouse, Udemy and Frontend Masters. In addition to teaching, Zac also runs Web Hosting for Students, one of the world’s largest hosting companies dedicated to students and teachers. You can also catch his free Office Yoga sessions on OfficeYoga.tv.

Table of Contents

1.     The Javascript You Should Know for React

2.     Helpful Developer Tools for React

3.     A High Level Overview of React

4.     React Elements and Components Explained

5.     5 Exercises in Writing React With Elements and Components

6.     JSX Explained

7.     5 Exercises in Writing React With JSX

8.     Create React App Explained

9.     5 Exercises With Create React App

10.  Props in React Explained

11.  5 Exercises in Working With Props

12.  State in React Explained

13.  5 Exercises in Working With State

14.  The Component Lifecycle Explained

15.  5 Exercises With the Component Lifecycle

16.  Context Explained

17.  React Hooks Explained

18.  Exercises with Hooks

19.  Project Introduction

20.  Step 1 - Listing Content from State

21.  Step 2 - Routing and Single Content Views

22.  Step 3 - Adding a Content Form

23.  Step 4 - Adding Flash Messages

24.  Step 5 - Updating Content

25.  Step 6 - Deleting Content

26.  Step 7 - Maintaining Persistent State With Local Storage

27.  Step 8 - Authenticating With a Firebase Database

28.  Step 9 - CRUD and Live Syncing With Firebase

29.  Step 10 - Deploying the Project

30. Step 11 - Refactoring Your Code

React and React Native: Acomplete hands-on guide to modern web and mobile development with React.js, 3rdEdition

This book is for any JavaScript developer who wants to start learning how to use Facebook's UI libraries, React and React Native, for mobile and web application development. Although no prior knowledge of React is needed, working knowledge of JavaScript programming will help you understand the concepts covered in the book more effectively.


Book Details

  • Item Weight : 1.97 pounds
  • Paperback : 526 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1839211148
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1839211140
  • Dimensions : 7.5 x 1.19 x 9.25 inches
  • Publisher : Packt Publishing (April 30, 2020)
  • Language: : English

 

About the Author

Adam Boduch has been involved in large-scale JavaScript development for nearly 10 years. Before moving to the frontend, he worked on several large-scale cloud computing products using Python and Linux. No stranger to complexity, Adam has practical experience with real-world software systems and the scaling challenges they pose. He is the author of several JavaScript and React books and is passionate about innovative user experiences and high performance.

Roy Derks is a serial start-up CTO, conference speaker, and developer from Amsterdam. He has been actively programming since he was a teenager, starting as a self-taught programmer using online tutorials and books. At the age of 14, he founded his first start-up, a peer-to-peer platform where users could trade DVDs with other users for free. This marked the start of his career in web development, which back then primarily consisted of creating web applications using an MVC architecture with the LAMP stack.

In 2015, he was introduced to React and GraphQL at a hackathon in Berlin, and after winning a prize for his project, he started to use these technologies professionally. Over the next few years, he helped multiple start-ups create cross-platform applications using React and React Native, including a start-up that he co-founded. He also started giving workshops and talks at conferences around the globe. In 2019, he gave over 20 conference talks about React, React Native, and GraphQL, inspiring over 10,000 developers worldwide.

 

Table of Contents

1.     Why React?

2.     Rendering with JSX

3.     Component Properties, State, and Context

4.     Getting Started with Hooks

5.     Event Handling - The React Way

6.     Crafting Reusable Components

7.     The React Component Life Cycle

8.     Validating Component Properties

9.     Handling Navigation with Routes

10.  Code Splitting Using Lazy Components and Suspense

11.  Server-Side React Components

12.  User Interface Framework Components

13.  Why React Native?

14.  Kick-Starting React Native Projects

15.  Building Responsive Layouts with Flexbox

16.  Navigating Between Screens

17.  Rendering Item Lists

18.  Showing Progress

19.  Geolocation and Maps

20.  Collecting User Input

21.  Displaying Modal Screens

22.  Responding to User Gestures

23.  Controlling Image Display

24.  Going Offline

25.  Native UI Components Using NativeBase

26.  Handling Application State

27.  Why Apollo?

28.  Building an Apollo React App

Learning React js: Learn React JS From Scratch with Hands-OnProjects , 2nd Edition

In this book, we take you on a fun, hands-on and pragmatic journey to master React from a web development point of view. You'll start building React apps within minutes. Every section is written in a bite-sized manner and straight to the point as I don’t want to waste your time (and most certainly mine) on the content you don't need. In the end, you will have what it takes to develop a real-life app.


Book Details

  • Publication date : October 2, 2020
  • File size : 450 KB
  • Print length : 115 pages
  • Word Wise : Not Enabled
  • Language: : English
  • ASIN : B08KNW41JB

Full-Stack React Projects: LearnMERN stack development by building modern web apps using MongoDB, Express,React, and Node.js, 2nd Edition

This is one of the most useful web development books for JavaScript developers who may have worked with React but have minimal experience in full-stack development with Node, Express, and MongoDB.


Book Details

  • Item Weight : 2.66 pounds
  • Paperback : 716 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1839215410
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1839215414
  • Dimensions : 7.5 x 1.62 x 9.25 inches
  • Publisher : Packt Publishing (April 17, 2020)
  • Language: : English

About the Author

Shama Hoque has more than 9 years of experience as a software developer and mentor, with a Master’s in Software Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
From Java programming to full-stack development with JavaScript, the applications she has worked on include national Olympiad registration websites, universally accessible widgets, video conferencing apps, and medical 3D reconstruction software.
Currently, she makes web-based prototypes for R&D start-ups in California, while training aspiring software engineers and teaching web development to CS undergrads in Bangladesh.

Table of Contents

1.     Unleashing React Applications with MERN

2.     Preparing the Development Environment

3.     Building a Backend with MongoDB, Express, and Node

4.     Adding a React Frontend to Complete MERN

5.     Growing the Skeleton into a Social Media Application

6.     Building a Web-Based Classroom Application

7.     Exercising MERN Skills with an Online Marketplace

8.     Extending the Marketplace for Orders and Payments

9.     Adding Real-Time Bidding Capabilities to the Marketplace

10.  Integrating Data Visualization with an Expense Tracking Application

11.  Building a Media Streaming Application

12.  Customizing the Media Player and Improving SEO

13.  Developing a Web-Based VR Game

14.  Making the VR Game Dynamic Using MERN

15.  Following Best Practices and Developing MERN Further



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