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Robin Wieruch - A Developer's Newsletter - Issue #3

Hi, it’s Robin. I have great news! I am proud to announce that I have arrived at a final stage of pub
Robin Wieruch - A Developer's Newsletter - Issue #3
Hi, it’s Robin. I have great news! I am proud to announce that I have arrived at a final stage of publishing my next book: Taming the State in React. It teaches state management in React with Redux and MobX from bottom up. The release date will be the September 26th. I am pretty excited and hope to get your support for it :-) 
Below you will find my recent articles about web development and React. I hope you enjoy them!
All the Best, Robin

Taming the State in React
You can already explore the content of the book. I am about to finish up the last screencasts and source code repositories to enrich the learning experience. The screencasts will guide you through building applications with Redux, MobX and plain React state. Stay tuned for the release!
Stripe with React and Express
This tutorial teaches you to setup a minimal node server with Express and Stripe to charge users from your client-side when using React. A great opportunity for any React developer to build an own node server for production.
React's Ecosystem as a flexible Framework
The article gives you an opinionated approach to select from a range of libraries to complement your React core. It gives developers, who are coming from other frameworks or newcomers to React, a great overview of the React ecosystem.
8 things to learn in React before using Redux
A list of the bare minimum you should understand about React before using Redux in your application. Often, people learn React and Redux together. But it has clear drawbacks.
How to fetch data in React
Everything you need to know about plain data fetching in React. When, where, and how to make a request in a React component and how to abstract it by using a higher order component.
My GitHub and Git Essentials
Are you new to Git and GitHub? The articles summarizes my personal git essentials for the command line. Git can be intimidating, but you don’t need very much to be productive with it.
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