12 Free React JS Books

December 20, 2017 | by Vladimir Stepura

12 free React JS books. Download (.pdf) and read online.

React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

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Cover book: U&I With React

Author

  • Farhad Ghayour

Release Date

  • 2017

About the book

U&I With React

UI development has undergone a major transformation with modern frontend technologies. This book guides readers from the foundational building blocks of creating well structured interfaces to a list of different philosophies for creating modular, extendable and scalable U&I — UI intended for all developers, like you and I.

Cover book: React.js For The Visual Learner

Author

  • Mike Mangialardi

Release Date

  • 2017

About the book

React.js For The Visual Learner

React.js for the Visual Learner teaches an absolute beginner the absolute basics of React.js through design principles, visual-friendly examples, and super practical teaching methodologies. If you want to learn React.js without the fatigue and frustration, this book is for you.

Cover book: The Road To Learn React

Author

  • Robin Wieruch

Release Date

  • 2017

About the book

The Road To Learn React

A lot of roadmaps exist on how to master React. This book uses the common sense of these roads and weaves it into the implementation of an app. You will build an own React app. On the road you will learn ES6, React with all its basics and advanced concepts and internal state management.

Cover book: React Bits

Author

  • Vasa

Release Date

  • 2017

About the book

React Bits

A compilation of React Patterns, techniques, tips and tricks.

Cover book: SurviveJS - React

Author

  • Juho Vepsäläinen

Release Date

  • 2017

About the book

SurviveJS - React

SurviveJS - React shows you how to build a simple Kanban using React. The idea is that if you can build a simple application, you can probably build something more complex after that. The first application is always the hardest and that's where this book comes in. In addition to fundamental React knowledge, you will pick up design techniques as...

Cover book: Programming React Native

Author

  • Dotan Nahum

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

Programming React Native

In this book, we aim to build cross-platform mobile apps, for Android and iOS, using React Native. We'll learn what it means to build a robust application architecture that will stay with you regardless of change in the tooling or ecosystem churn (i.e. by the time you finish your app, there might be new tools and new versions of everything)...

Cover book: Hacking With React

Author

  • Paul Hudson

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

Hacking With React

Get started with React, React Router, Jest, Webpack, ES6 and more with this hands-on guide.

Cover book: React.js Training

Author

  • Rangle.io

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

React.js Training

This book walks the reader through everything they need to know from getting started with the React toolchain to writing applications with scalable front end architectures.

Cover book: React In-depth: An Exploration Of UI Development

Author

  • James & Aaron

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

React In-depth: An Exploration Of UI Development

Unlike most intro books, we want to have different goals for our Basics Section. We will dig into the underpinnings of React and look at how to create applications from the bottom up. We feel that understanding the internals of a UI system helps drive development choices. We plan to explore React from this guiding principal.

Cover book: React.js Succinctly

Author

  • Samer Buna

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

React.js Succinctly

Developed by Facebook engineers, React is a JavaScript library that has revolutionized how developers design and think about views in web applications. It introduced a way for developers to declaratively describe user interfaces, and to model the state of these interfaces instead of the transactions on them. In React.js Succinctly, author Samer Buna introduces the novel approach to building user interfaces that React provides, and walks readers through the basics of declarative user interfaces, React components, working with user input, and more.

Cover book: React Enlightenment

Author

  • Cody Lindley

Release Date

  • 2016

About the book

React Enlightenment

Learn React in the terse cookbook style found with previous Enlightenment titles (i.e., jQuery Enlightenment, JavaScript Enlightenment, DOM Enlightenment).

Cover book: React Native Express

Author

  • Devin Abbott

Release Date

  • 2015

About the book

React Native Express

A guide and reference to help people get started with React Native.

Cover book: React Native Animation Book

Author

  • Jason Brown

Release Date

  • 2015

About the book

React Native Animation Book

A book talking about react-native animations, and walking you through from beginner to expert.

Cover book: Hello React And TypeScript

Author

  • Charles Bryant

Release Date

  • 2015

About the book

Hello React And TypeScript

This book will hone in on possible integrations of the two in terms of a development environment, coding paradigms and style. The scope is small and this should not be taken as a best practices guide.

Author

  • Michael Chau

Release Date

  • 2015

About the book

React Primer

A primer for building Single-Page Applications with React.

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