book cover react with a weather api

I Have Sold A Few Books About ReactJS
Published: 13-Sep-2018

I am pretty chuffed. After a hard slog and next to no marketing, I have sold a couple of copies of my book via Amazon.

What's in the book?
Use React to build a single page application showing the local weather.

You'll be using create-react-app with:
- Semantic-UI-React;
- Apixu (the weather API);
- Axios (a promise-based method for consuming APIs);
- Prop-Types;
- Beaufort-Scale;
- Locale detection;
- ReactHtmlParser; and
- Weather Icons.

The code will also be linted using AirBnB's published React standards.

Learn how to use environment variables, conditional rendering, and a method using one object to selectively extract data from another object.

You will build a complete application starting from scratch all the way through to the deployment steps.

All code is included in both the book and in a GitHub repository. The commits in the book match the commits in the repository to help you follow along.

This book is ideal for beginners in React.

 

Where can you get it? Right here: http://a.co/d/2VbojWK.

book cover react with a weather api

I Have Sold A Few Books About ReactJS
Published: 13-Sep-2018

I am pretty chuffed. After a hard slog and next to no marketing, I have sold a couple of copies of my book via Amazon.

What's in the book?
Use React to build a single page application showing the local weather.

You'll be using create-react-app with:
- Semantic-UI-React;
- Apixu (the weather API);
- Axios (a promise-based method for consuming APIs);
- Prop-Types;
- Beaufort-Scale;
- Locale detection;
- ReactHtmlParser; and
- Weather Icons.

The code will also be linted using AirBnB's published React standards.

Learn how to use environment variables, conditional rendering, and a method using one object to selectively extract data from another object.

You will build a complete application starting from scratch all the way through to the deployment steps.

All code is included in both the book and in a GitHub repository. The commits in the book match the commits in the repository to help you follow along.

This book is ideal for beginners in React.

 

Where can you get it? Right here: http://a.co/d/2VbojWK.