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6.1 Conclusion

Well, that’s all for this course! Congratulations on building a full-featured, modern web app with React and Redux. There’s a lot left to learn! I’ve added a few good links below.

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6.1 Conclusion

This brings us to the end of our lessons on building an application with React and Redux. I hope you've learned a lot about React and Redux in this course, and I want to leave you with a couple of links to check out. First of all, of course, there's the official documentation. I want to point out that since we began these lessons, a newer version of React has come out. When I started we were on version 14 point something. Now, version 15 has come out. But don't worry, just now, I tested our application on version 15 of both React and React DOM, and there are no changes at all to the API that we are using. So we are completely in the clear. Everything that we did in this application will be working just fine for React version 15. Of course, you'll also want to check out the Redux documentation. It's more than just documentation. A lot of it reads like an excellent tutorial on how to use all the different components of Redux. So check that out. Another great resource I found is this document called react-howto. There are a lot of different people talking about how you can learn React, and it may be confusing to figure out what exactly you need to know to work with React and Redux. This document will tell you what you need to know to be able to use React. And what extra tools you can add on after you know React really well to make your applications even richer. Finally, I recently found this blog by James K Nelson. He has a lot of very in-depth tutorials on React, and I think you'll find that useful. However, to be completely honest with you, React and Redux is very, very popular these days, so you'll find tutorials just about anywhere you look. Well, that's it for now, so I'll see you later.

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