Reviews

Below you’ll find a list of all the books I’ve reviewed here at The Reactionary, along with links to their full reviews and where you can buy them. Currently I’m trying to work my way through the top hits on Amazon for react.js so that you know where you money is best spent if you’re wanting to invest in your React knowledge.

React Up & Running

Rating

9 out of 10

Short Description

Does what it says on the tin; get’s you up and running and working effectively as a React developer. Shows you a lot of hits and tips to try and help you avoid those early pitfalls associated with picking up a new technology.

Link to my review

Book Review: React: Up and Running by Stoyan Sefanov

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React.js Essentials

Rating

8 out of 10

Short Description

A great way to get started if you are the sort that like’s to type out code and then watch it working, tinker about and gain a deeper understanding from working out what makes the thing tick

Link to my review

Book Review: React.js Essentials by Artemij Fedosejev

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Disclosure: In these reviews I’m using Amazon affiliate links so that if you purchase the books I review through the links then I get a measly percentage of the purchase from Amazon. This does not affect the impartial nature of my reviews but does go some way to supporting my efforts to make my way through the list of books.

If you’d like to buy the books I review I’d encourage you to use the affiliate links provided to purchase them to help support my efforts in making my way down the list. In return you can rest assured, if I don’t like one of the books I find on that list, you’ll hear about it. I have no interest in persuading you to invest in poor quality products for my own gain.