For the past few years, I have extensively worked with hundreds of new and seasoned developers, helping them learn React, build complex features, and make their applications fast, maintainable and scalable.
There are a lot of resources for how to get started with React, but not that many for getting you to the advanced level.
This book should be the answer to how to master React so you can create awesome applications and advance your web career.
"React - The Road To Enterprise" is an advanced book that revolves around best practices, advanced patterns and techniques for the development of React and Next applications in TypeScript. It's a one-stop resource for many crucial concepts that should help you solve and avoid many pain-points when developing React applications.
This book covers many advanced topics to help you build maintainable, scalable and performant React applications, such as scalable project architecture, useful techniques for handling async operations and API states, performance optimisation, local and global state management patterns, static site generation (SSG) and server side rendering (SSR) with Next.js and more.
Setup and configure an enterprise-ready project with tools such as PostCSS, Stylelint, and Prettier. Create scalable and maintainable architecture for your React applications.
Learn advanced patterns for managing async operations, API states, and request cancellation by implementing a flexible and scalable API layer and enhancing it with de-coupled cancellation logic.
Master advanced state management techniques that will allow you to easily manage, share and reuse stateful data in your application. Explore patterns to manage state in a clean, readable and scalable fashion by taking advantage of hooks, Immer, and Context API.
Forget about the pain of managing old Redux with tons of boilerplate code. Learn how to use Redux in a modern fashion with Redux Toolkit.
Redux may be popular, but it is not the only viable solution. Explore how to use Zustand and Jotai for managing global and encapsulated state that can be shared between components.
Discover advanced component patterns, such as Higher Order Components, Render Props, Compound Components, Polymorphic Components as well as how to manage dynamic layouts.
Explore many essential techniques for improving and optimising the performance of your applications to make them blazing-fast and your users amazed.
Find out the advantages of static site generated and server-side rendered applications and learn how to create them using Next.js. What's more, delve into how to manage global state and middlewares with Next.js
Write reliable and future-proof unit and e2e tests with Jest, Cypress, and Testing Library that actually work and give you confidence. Make your applications more secure and explore ways of restricting access to specific pages and content only to authorised users.
Forms are not easy, especially when you have a lot of fields with various validation rules and conditional visiblity. You will learn how to make complex forms easy by utilising the React Hook Form library.
React - The Road To Enterprise” book is not a beginners guide to React.js. It will not teach you how to get started with it. To make the most out of this book, you should have at least basic knowledge of React.js, including concepts like hooks, state updates, lifecycles, etc. If you do not, then I first recommend getting to know React by going through the official documentation. You should also be comfortable with using a command-line interface.
The book is written with a very hands-on approach. I strongly believe that the best way to learn to code is by practice. There are a lot of code examples that you can follow along and play with yourself to gain a deeper understanding of the concepts behind them. You can do it either from scratch or by using the Companion App. If you are looking for a book to read on the go or simply away from your PC, then it might not be the best book for you.
Developers with prior React knowledge who want to advance their React expertise and develop scalable, maintainable, and blazing fast React applications.
Project Configuration and Useful Extensions
Scalable and Maintainable Project Architecture
API Layer and Managing Async Operations
Managing APIs with API Layer and React-Query
State Management Patterns in React Apps
Modern Redux - Global State Management with Redux Toolkit
Global State Management with Zustand and Jotai
Advanced Component Patterns
Managing Application Layout
React Testing - Best Practices For Writing Future-Proof Tests
Static Site Generation (SSG) and Server Side Rendering (SSR) with Next.js
How to Implement Middleware Pattern in Next.js
With this book, you can get the Companion App that showcases more detailed working code examples, so you don’t have to write the code yourself. The enhanced code samples showcase various concepts and implementation for user access permissions, loading components on demand, managing API logic, and more. If you would like to incorporate any of the examples in your application, you can just open the Companion App project files and copy the source code.
The Complete package comes with pre-configured React and Next Enterprise Boilerplates, so you can immediately start working on your projects. They were created using official CRA and Next CLIs, and have an opinionated project architecture as well as configuration for tools such as Eslint, Prettier, Stylelint, PostCSS, and SCSS. If you prefer a different pre-processor or setup, you can easily update it and configure it to your liking.
This boilerplates are designed to suit the needs of medium to large-scale projects. You won't have to waste time thinking about how to structure your project.
Web applications should be fast and user friendly. Unfortunately, sometimes we might run into performance issues which might be hard to track. In this video you will learn how to use the React Profile to debug and fix performance bottlenecks.
Compound components are a great pattern for creating components that enable a lot of control and flexibility over the style and layout. In this video, you will learn how to implement a Tabs component using React Hooks and Context API.
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Compound Components Pattern (video)
Debugging Performance Bottlenecks with React Profiler (video)
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