React for designers, React enlightenment, and most of the React Native styling material in one page
React's declarative style makes it a really great tool for designers. This is because frontend code is tied closely to UI. It's not uncommon to take a wireframe, and draw squares around different pieces to represent different components. Fredrik Jensen dives deeper into how designers can benefit from React.
React Enlightenment is a delightful dive into the basic usage of React, as well as an explanation of how React itself works.
One of the trickiest things about jumping into React Native is styling. It's a bit different than your typical web layouts. Vahe Hovhannisyan brings us most of the React Native styling material in one page.
This project aims to collect the best free resources for those that want to learn how to build applications with React and also understand the concepts that come with its adoption like Functional Programming, Composition, Unidirectional Data Flow and many others.
React Dates is like tinder for React developers. Just kidding. It's an accessible, easily internationalizable, mobile-friendly datepicker library for the web.
A lot of the time when seeing example React code it is for very straight forward things, a todo list, or a blogging platform. Sarah Drasner has instead made Elephant Taco Hunt, which is pretty freaking amazing. At the same time it showcases some really unique aspects of building things with React. Oh, and try not to get that music stuck in your head, just try.
A CLI dashboard for webpack dev server which makes developing with webpack approximately 3912 times more enjoyable.
A Relay inspired library for building React.js + Firebase applications.