React Cookbook: Recipes for Mastering the React Framework
Author: David Griffiths and Dawn Griffiths
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：O’Reilly Media; 1st edition (September 14, 2021)
pages 页数：512 pages
React helps you create and work on an app in just a few minutes. But learning how to put all the pieces together is hard. How do you validate a form? Or implement a complex multistep user action without writing messy code? How do you test your code? Make it reusable? Wire it to a backend? Keep it easy to understand? The React Cookbook delivers answers fast.
Many books teach you how to get started, understand the framework, or use a component library with React, but very few provide examples to help you solve particular problems. This easy-to-use cookbook includes the example code developers need to unravel the most common problems when using React, categorized Author: topic area and problem.
You’ll learn how to:
Build a single-page application in React using a rich UI
Create progressive web applications that users can install and work with offline
Integrate with backend services such as REST and GraphQL
Automatically test for accessibility problems in your application
Secure applications with fingerprints and security tokens using WebAuthn
Deal with bugs and avoid common functional and performance problems