That’s a wrap for this course. Thanks for following along! If you’re interesting in learning more about Flux or React, check out the links below.
- Tuts+: Getting Started with React.js
- An Opinionated Guide to React.js Best Practices and Conventions
- Unit-Testing React Components Without a DOM
- React and Flux: Building Applications with a Unidirectional Data Flow
- Beyond the To-Do App: Writing Complex Applications With Flux and ReactJS
- Async Requests With React.js and Flux, Revisited
1.Getting Started2 lessons, 03:51
2.Project Setup3 lessons, 20:58
3.Server-Side Code6 lessons, 53:00
4.The Client Side16 lessons, 2:43:53
5.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:29
This brings us to the end of building a web application with Flux and React. I hope that by now you feel you have a solid understanding of Flux, and that you can go out and implement that pattern in your own web applications. If you've also picked up a few tips and tricks for React along the way, that's great. I'll include a bunch of links underneath this video that you can check out, if you're interested in diving a little deeper into any of the topics that Flux or React brings up. Well, that's it for me, for now. So, I'll see you later.