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React Cookbook: Getting most out of the book

 
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Welcome to coderanch Dear David and Dawn,
I like to know how I can get the most out of "React Cookook"? I used React for a while and then took some online training but at the end I could not reach a certain point where I can confidently create apps using React. What kind of methodology can I use to get the most out of your book?
Thank you for your answer
 
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Hello Omer,

The book is split into a whole bunch of recipes, each with the formula: Problem -> Solution -> Discussion. So it's probably worth browsing through the book and seeing which recipes look most interesting to you. You can then check out the source code here:

https://github.com/dogriffiths/ReactCookbook-source

We would recommend tinkering with the code and seeing how you can adapt it for your own purposes.

We've written the book to be like a cookbook; it gives you the ingredients and a standard recipe, but it's intended that you should adjust the ingredients and mix and match the recipes to meet your needs.

HTH!

D+D
 
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David Griffiths wrote:Hello Omer,

The book is split into a whole bunch of recipes, that each has the formula: Problem -> Solution -> Discussion. So it's probably worth browsing through the book and seeing which recipes look most interesting to you. You can then check out the source code here:

https://github.com/dogriffiths/ReactCookbook-source

We would recommend tinkering with the code and seeing how you can adapt it for your own purposes.

We've written the book to be like a cookbook; it gives you the ingredients and a standard recipe, but it's intended that you should adjust the ingredients and mix and match the recipes to meet your needs.

HTH!

D+D



Thank you for the answer, looking forward to learning a lot of things from your book.
 
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