Foreword

I keep hoping that JavaScript will die. Seriously. Die brutally and painfully.

It’s not that I completely dislike JavaScript—it has improved quite a bit over the years. It’s that I have a severe distaste for complexity—so much so that I named my blog and my business Simple Programmer. My tagline has always been, “Making the complex simple.”

Making the complex simple isn’t easy. It takes a special set of skills. You have to be able to understand the complex, and understand it so well that you can distill it down to the core—because everything is simple at the core. This is exactly what Azat has done with this book, React Quickly.

Now, I’ll admit Azat had a little help. You see, one of the reasons I personally like ReactJS so much is ...

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