Why you should use the React Convention™

"So many projects, so little time." - Kamil Przeorski

ReactJS Convention™ connects different things.

Learning materials + tested project structure with over 5000 stars + support on the FB group in case any problems.

This is the best place in the internet, where you can find all the learning materials about React Redux, the right way. You can be sure that after finishing this guide you will be able to make client-side single-page-apps which are professional and scalable.

Have fun while learning :-) !

In 2013 ReactJS was almost "nothing", today it's "something" for the JavaScript world. We developers, have so little time and so much work to do. The main problem with anyone who wants to learn how to make single-page-apps with React is that there are not really any conventions that one can follow. I am writing about those problems as a founder of the ReactJS/React-Native Webshop called MobileWeb Pro (www.MWP.io) - we made over 15+ React projects for clients from 4 continents and I can tell you that we faced so many frustrations (and this is why we want to share with you the ReactJS Convention™ with you for free). Mostly when a client who already had an MVP wanted us to expand based on his codebase. There was no convention at all, many projects structure codebases. Almost each project had it's weak points - this caused us many frustrations. Also, another source of annoyance is, when you need to introduce a new developer to your "well known to you" codebase and you want to make sure that he doesn't make any "newbie" mistakes. In context of this preface, a "newbie" means a someone who isn't acquainted with the project's structure. Because he is not familizarized with the project's configuration. He cannot really be productive in his first month of work and actually slows your progress down. You need to teach him about your configuration which will take you a decent amount of time to pass all your knowledge to your new teammate in the project. The React Convention™ e-book helps you to save time on transferring knowledge about your project's structure to any new member.

The main ReactC's goal is to create "ready to go" convention that you can share with your colleagues.

Why you need the React Convention

The main problem, that the React Convention solves have been tweeted by Brad Urani:

reactjs momentum

With the React Convention, this problem disappears. This is why we have created this tutorial. In the React Poland software development company, we had similar problems as Brad. Enjoy.

SHARE THE REACT CONVENTION IF YOU LIKE THE IDEA.

We will familiarize your new teammate with your React's project structure so that you will save a lot of money when following it. You will save 90% of your time on explaining why, how and what has been done with the project's codebase.

The ReactC e-book is also a good for people who want to start a new project from scratch as it guides you on how to properly equip the new starter with your codebase and guarantees that any new future members will be introduced to your codebase quicker than any other method.

Welcome to the React Convention™ way of doing single-page apps.

PLEASE SEND US YOUR FEEDBACK, SO WE CAN IMPROVE THE BOOK BASED ON YOUR FINDINGS AND ISSUES - email us with details at kamil.przeorski@gmail.com



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