I'm a beginner in JS world . So What are the concepts that I should know to learn and use react easily .
Many of my friends said react is not actually a beginner friendly one . So they asked me to try angular or polymer etc...
Is that so ?
I dove into React as a beginner and found it much more beginner-friendly than most other frameworks or libraries. Beginner friendly doesn't mean it does a lot of the lifting for you like other frameworks that might do more 'under the hood' (although it does quite a bit).
React is a very lean library that one can easily learn. As a developer worked with Angular JS and Angular>2 before, I felt react is less opinionated, fun and, easy to learn. The react's component based development is far more well thought than the AngularJS's two way data binding & controllers. Angular >2 is a very opinionated framework that takes a long time to master.
Beginners who try React for the first time easily gets scared by the diverse tutorials out there. They use things like JSX, ES6, Webpack, Redux which annoys beginners and creates a pseudo humongous learning curve. Instead, you(a beginner) can straight forward include react.js and react-dom.js in your HTML and start creating components(like Angular JS).
Read this book, if you have a chance:
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I don’t think you need to know much to get started. To feel comfortable you’ll want to understand JS syntax and concepts (functions, classes, binding).
Really, the only sure way to know is to start going though our docs (reactjs.org/docs/hello-world.html) and/or the tutorial (reactjs.org/tutorial/tutorial.html). Try it and see!
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