Welcome to issue 30.

This week we review the best CSS books in 2017, use GraphQL and REST APIs, Make a to-do app using React and Redux and much more!


Best CSS books in 2017

CSS is what you use to style your Reactjs code. “What is the best CSS book?” is very difficult to answer, but luckily we have some answers!


Fast guide on the Todo App in React and Redux

Building the Todo List Example with React and Redux. The official documentation is good, but sometimes it helps to have a quick overview.


11 mistakes I’ve made during React Native / Redux development.

After working almost a year with React Native I decided to describe mistakes that I’ve made while being a beginner.


You don’t need a fancy framework to use GraphQL with React

React offers a great language to declaratively describe User Interfaces (web or otherwise) and GraphQL offers a great language to declaratively describe data requirements.


How to do Simple Form Validation in Reactjs

This is a step-by-step tutorial that will show you how to do basic form validation in React.


Taming REST APIs using GraphQL

React has popularized functional programming in JavaScript.


Introducing Create React Native App

Announcing Create React Native App: a new tool that makes it significantly easier to get started with a React Native project!


Introducing React Loadable

Component-centric code splitting and loading in React


Surprising polymorphism in React applications

Modern web applications based on the React framework usually manage their state via immutable data structures, i.e. using the popular Redux state container.


React — to Bind or Not to Bind

When and why do we bind this to the React component method.

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