10 Minute Tutorial, Part 2: Using React JS and Flux for Front-End Development

24 Aug

Back in June, I posted a quick tutorial on using React JS and Redux. Today I’m sharing the continuation of that tutorial on this exciting combination of front-end technologies that delivers some powerful tools for developers.

Check out this 10-minute tutorial that starts with a brief intro to the Flux application pattern and then gets into Redux, an implementation of Flux that we’ve been exploring at Bandwidth for some time now.  Throughout the tutorial, I’ve offered some tips for overcoming obstacles and resolving issues along the way—mostly things I’ve discovered through trial and error that I think could be helpful to anyone working in React.

Let me know in the comments if you’ve got questions or experiences to share.

 

Grant Forrest
Grant Forrest
GForrest@bandwidth.com

Grant Forrest is a full-stack developer with a passion for user interface design. He joined the Bandwidth New Services team in June 2014 after graduating with a BS in Computer Science from North Carolina State University. Grant spends most of his free time playing games, making games, biking, or tinkering with electronics.

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