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Robin Wieruch - A Developer's Newsletter - Issue #2

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Hi it’s Robin. In case you missed an article or content update, I hope you can enjoy some of my recen
 

Robin Wieruch - A Developer's Newsletter

April 20 · Issue #2 · View online
Hello, it's Robin. I am the author of books such as The Road to React, The Road to GraphQL, and many other online tutorials about JavaScript and its ecosystem. This is my newsletter which delivers comprehensive tutorials, books, and courses straight to your inbox. Quality content only. Give it a chance and become a better developer every month.

Hi it’s Robin. In case you missed an article or content update, I hope you can enjoy some of my recent work about web development and self-growth. All the best, Robin - @rwieruch

The Road to learn React .v3
The book had one more major update in March. You can download the latest version on Leanpub. The update added 9 new chapters and improved 25% of the content. 
In addition, your support made it happen that an open source book could have an impact on education in the development world.
A gentle Introduction to Higher Order Components
Always wanted to learn and start using higher order components? This guide might help you. If you are already familiar with HOCs, the guide still shows you to use them in an elegant way.
Pre-Order: The Road to learn Redux
I am about to write my next book about state management in React with the focus on Redux. If you enjoyed the Road to learn React, I hope to get your support on the next book too.
Lessons learned from Give and Take
My latest summary about an impactful and insightful book by Adam Grant. I can highly recommend to read the book or at least the summary to get to know the benefits of giving.
When to use Ref on a DOM node in React
Ever wondered when to use the ref attribute in React? The article gives you clarification about its usage, when to use it and where you can use it.
All the Conditional Renderings in React
Last but not least, an article about all the different conditional renderings in React. There are many ways to alter the look of your component: logical && operators, HOCs and enums…
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