Read this to get started understanding the front-end context: “The Front-Ender’s Guide to the Galaxy”.
Check out this great roadmap: “From Zero to Front-end Hero, Part 2” (Part 1 is for HTML & CSS).
React, developed by Facebook, is coming out on the very top.
- “A comprehensive guide to React in 2018”
- “All the fundamendal React concepts jammed into this single Medium article”
create-react-app: starting a React app with zero configuration, from Facebook.
- “What projects need React? All of them!”
- tylermcginnis/react-fundamentals-curriculum: Curriculum for TylerMcGinnis.com’s “React Fundamentals” course
- Complete Introduction to React (feat. Redux and React Router)
- Complete Intro to React v2 (feat. Router v4 and Redux)
- Complete Intro to React, v3 (feat. Redux, Router & Flow)
- Example: Todo List with Redux
- Dan Abramov - Live React: Hot Reloading with Time Travel at react-europa 2015 - YouTube
- React Hello World
- jmcolella/unique-twitter-followers: A React project to find uncommon twitter followers between two users.
- jmcolella/react-redux-todo: To Do App w/React, Redux, Webpack and ES6 syntax
- jmcolella/react-webpack-boilerplate: Webpack / Babel framework for quick set up
- “Tips for large-scale React projects”
- “Structuring projects and naming components in React”
- Node status: great site if you’re precompiling and something goes wrong with downloading Node.
- OverAPI Node.js Cheatsheet
- Node.js Beginner book
- Node.js In Action
- Get started with installing Node on your computer. You can also use a package manager that your computer already uses to download and install Node.
- Learn more about Node from one of the developers who built it at Google
- “Understanding Node.js’s event-driven architecture”