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SurviveJS - React

IMPORTANT! If you want to support the development of this book, you can purchase a copy at Leanpub. There's also a paperback available through Amazon (older book covering both Webpack and React).

This book shows you how to build a little Kanban application using React. During the process you will learn the basics and will be able to take the skills to your own projects. You can read the book online.

How to Use This Repository?

The repository has been split in two main parts: manuscript and project_source. You can find the freely available chapters under manuscript organized per chapter. project_source contains source associated to each chapter.

There is no single right way to approach the book. It depends on your experience level and interest. You can build the project from scratch by following the book or you can start from a specific stage. Just pick the source from previous chapter as your starting point.

Please note that the repository defaults to the dev branch of the book. master contains the source of the most recent version. Each version has been tagged so that it's easy for you to find the source matching to the version of the book you are reading.

Getting Support

As no book is perfect, you will likely come by issues and might have some questions related to the content. There are a couple of options to deal with this:

If you post questions to Stack Overflow, tag them using survivejs so I will get notified of them. You can also use the hashtag #survivejs at Twitter.

Announcements

I announce SurviveJS related news through a couple of channels:

Feel free to subscribe.

Contributing

Feedback and PRs are welcome! See CONTRIBUTING.md for more information.

License

Creative Commons License