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React/Redux Links

Curated tutorial and resource links I've collected on React, Redux, ES6, and more, meant to be a collection of high-quality articles and resources for someone who wants to learn about the React-Redux ecosystem, as well as a source for quality information on advanced topics and techniques. Not quite "awesome", but hopefully useful as a starting point I can give to others. Suggestions welcome.

Another important resource is the Reactiflux community on Discord, which has chat channels dedicated to discussion of React, Redux, and other related technologies. There's always a number of people hanging out and answering questions, and it's a great place to ask questions and learn. The invite link is at https://www.reactiflux.com.

You might also want to check out my categorized list of Redux-related addons, libraries, and utilities, at Redux Ecosystem Links. Also see Community Resources for links to other links lists, podcasts, and email newsletters. Finally, I also keep a dev blog at blog.isquaredsoftware.com, where I write about React, Redux, Webpack, and more.

Table of Contents

Getting Started

Basic Tutorials

Intermediate Concepts

Advanced Topics

Comparisons and Discussion

Recommended Learning Path

You should usually learn these technologies in the following order:

  1. "How Web Apps Work": a series of posts that lays out the big picture of the core technologies, terms, and concepts used in client/server web apps
  2. JavaScript: If you don't know JavaScript, nothing else will make sense
  3. React: You can use React by itself, or with Redux and/or TypeScript. Learning it separately will minimize the number of new concepts and syntax you have to learn at once.
  4. Redux: Redux can be used separately, but it's most commonly used with React.
  5. TypeScript: Because it adds static types on top of JS, you need to understand JS first. Also, it's easiest to understand React and Redux first, then learn how to use them with static types.

The resources in this page are listed in that order.

You are not required to read every single link and article listed in this page. However, you should try to read through as many of the articles linked in the "Recommended Primary Resources" sections as possible, especially for topics you are not already familiar with. Many of the recommended tutorials do cover the same topics, so feel free to skip past concepts you've already learned.

Links in the "Additional Resources" sections are available as references and reading as needed.

How Web Apps Work

Mark's post series that describes the key terms, concepts, technologies, syntax, and data flow used in web apps.

Recommended Primary Resources (should read)

Javascript

Recommended Primary Resources (should read)

General JS
Specific Topics

Additional Resources (read as needed)

General JS
Specific Topics

React

Recommended Primary Resources (should read)

General React

Start with reading the official docs first. The React team is in the process of starting a major rewrite of the React docs site to focus on teaching function components and hooks first, which is now available in beta. We've linked to that rather than the existing "main" documentation.

These other listed tutorials are also excellent and may explain things in a different way.

Project Setup
  • Read: Simple React Development in 2019 (a guide to setting up an app, development environment, and deployment)
  • Use: CodeSandbox.io (an online IDE that uses VS Code's editor, and can let you develop and run your apps completely in the browser)
  • Use: Create-React-App (the official CLI tool for creating a React app with one command. Sets up a project with good default build settings out of the box.)
Specific Topics

Additional Resources (read as needed)

General React

Redux

Recommended Primary Resources (should read)

General Redux

Start with reading the official docs first.

The other tutorials are also excellent and may explain things in a different way.

Mark Erikson's Redux Resources
  • Read: "Idiomatic Redux" concepts and opinion series. A series of blog posts that describes standard Redux development best practices, why they exist, and how Redux is meant to be used. (These are not required reading to get started, but highly recommended once you understand the basics.)
  • Legacy resources (do not cover "Modern Redux", but still informative)
Specific Topics

Additional Resources (read as needed)

Specific Topics

TypeScript

Recommended Primary Resources (should read)

Specific Topics

Additional Resources (read as needed)

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