About This Book
Who This Book Is For
This book is also for web/front-end developers who would like webapps to be developed faster and more easily using the ReactJS framework.
What You Will Learn
This title is among the first of those addressing how everyday programmers can take advantage of (functional) reactive programming without having an extremely heavy mathematical background. It starts with the basics a front-end developer can easily connect with, while also covering the basics of functional programming. Then it goes on to explain non-functional reactive programming with the help of a live example. After that it gives a theoretical overview of reactive programming supported by functional programming. Tools to make functional reactive programming easier like Bacon.js, a library like jQuery, are also covered. Finally, it finishes with building one small and one larger front-end project.
Style and approach
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Jonathan Hayward is a polymath with advanced degrees bridging mathematics, computers (UIUC), theology, and philosophy. He obtained his theology and philosophy degrees from Cambridge University. He has worked in many areas of web development and he is also interested in the human side of computing, including usability/UI/UX. His most popular work is a piece of poetry. The faster route to get there is by typing cjsh.name/doxology, and it gets there. Jonathan has studied many languages, including French, Spanish, Latin, and Greek. He is currently learning Russian. He has worked on various other books as well.
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