Hey everyone. I'm the author of the book. Let me know if you have any questions or comments.
@krasimirtsonev Well done
Would be great to also have React Native in Patterns :)
@dancoman That's a great idea. I'll first have to gain some experience with it tho :)
@krasimirtsonev Glad to hear :) I am a React Native engineer and would be delighted to assist you. If interested you can connect with me on twitter @dan_coman or skype dancoman8. Looking forward to reading your book and contributing to the React Native version. Keep up the great work Krasimir!
@krasimirtsonev Amazing work. Cheers!
Just a few questions I have:
- How updated is this book in terms of changing patterns and APIs in React?
- Who is the target audience? Beginners/Intermediate/Highly experienced React Developers? I'm sure it would fit everyone somewhere but whom would it fit best?
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@krasimirtsonev @dhruvdutt I'd love to learn that as well.
> How updated is this book in terms of changing patterns and APIs in React?
To be honest, for the last two years React didn't change so much. The latest 16.3 (and the following 17) is I think the first big change which I'm facing. I did upgraded the book according to this changes. I have to point out here that my goal was to present patterns which are kinda "approved" by the community and in most of the cases are considered good practices. If something changes I'll probably update the book too.
> Who is the target audience?
The book requires some experience with React. It is not teaching syntax or fundamentals. So, I would say "Intermediate" experience with React.
@krasimirtsonev Sounds like a perfect fit for me. I'll take an in-depth look soon. Thanks and cheers!