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Mastering React by Ryan Vice, Adam Horton

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Chapter 6. React Blog App Part 1 – Actions and Common Components

Armed with the groundwork laid in the last chapter (app design, development environment setup, and file structure), we'll press forward with writing the blog application in earnest. The next four chapters, including this one, are a tour through the blog application code. The application should allow log in and log out. It should also allow multiple users (bloggers) to post. It will eventually include a search feature and infinite scroll loading for post lists. At the end of this chapter, the following will have been covered:

  • React component composition: Examining our views and sitemap will yield reusable components we can compose into many places in the application
  • Reflux Actions

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