This book is ideal for developers who are familiar with the basics of React and are looking for a guide to building a wide range of components as well as develop component-driven UIs.What You Will LearnHow to structure an app into components Working with nested componentsWork with nested componentsSet up communication across componentsStyle the existing componentsWork with Material Design as a componentRender components on the serverMake the best of design patternsMake the app pluggableIn Detail
The reader will learn how to use React and its component-based architecture in order to develop modern user interfaces. A new holistic way of thinking about UI development will establish throughout this book and the reader will discover the power of React components with many examples. After reading the book and following the example application, the reader has built a small to a mid-size application with React using a component based UI architecture. The book will take the reader through a journey to discover the benefits of component-based user interfaces over the classical MVC architecture. Throughout the book, the reader will develop a wide range of components and then bring them together to build a component-based UI. By the end of this book, readers would have learned several techniques to build powerful components and how the component-based development is beneficial over regular web development.Style and approach
This book is a compact, example-driven guide that provides a step-by-step approach.
Who This Book Is For
PHP has a rich history and a dominant place on the web. It has achieved much despite language inconsistencies and difficulties. Bjarne Stroustrup once said: "There are only two kinds of languages: the ones people complain about and the ones nobody uses".
PHP is one of those languages that everybody uses, yet that's often seen as a good reason to ignore the bad parts and just get stuff done. We're all for getting stuff done, and to that end, the author has used Plain Ol' PHP for many years. It's always bugged him how procedural PHP is, in an ecosystem of OOP libraries and frameworks. So he decided to take a deeper look at building a stronger type system on top of PHP. That's the goal of this book.What You'll LearnDiscover the fundamentals of PHP strings, regex, underscores, native function inconsistencies, and moreExamine the structure of PHP types including boxing, regex, namespace functions, composer autoload, null problem, optional values, and moreWork with extensions like vagrant + phansible, provisioning, vagrant commands, SPL types, scalar objects, zephir, and moreDesign using scalar, SPL, zephir, structure types, resolving types, chaining, combining number types, PHPUnit, packaging, and morePlan for the future using a case study exampleWho This Book Is For
Experienced web developers and PHP programmers.