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Hi! It’s Tomáš, and I'm thrilled to present this week's edition of ByteBullet. Over the past month, I've been repeatedly asked for recommendations on best practices, design patterns and learning resources. As a result, I've put together this edition, which I intend to keep up to date! So, whether you want to revisit a specific resource or embark on a new learning journey, you can always bookmark this edition for easy access!
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Regardless of your level of experience, whether you're a seasoned developer or just starting out, I believe you'll discover at least one valuable resource within this collection. It's designed to expand over time, so if you have any suggestions for resources that you think should be highlighted, don't hesitate to reach out to me! Without any more delay, let's dive right into the edition!
Just for the juniors among us
I know that many of my readers are probably juniors, college students or generally people, who might not have that much work experience. Thus I selected a few learning sources, that cover the basics that are needed even before starting your React/Typescript journey!
complete starter for your JS journey before you embark in to the world of Typescript
An interactive roadmap where you can view which topics you should learn on the developer path you take
Read the docs!
Documentation is one of the most important places to start, especially when you are dealing with React and Typescript, as their documentation is pristine and has quite a low friction when you know basic JS and web concepts.
And the Spicy Stuff 🌶
After you are finished with the docs (or at least have some basic knowledge) Then I recommend to read the following:
A collection of Typescript challenges with an online judge
This is an amazing resource on various design patterns from which can many be utilized also outside of React. Although this particular knowledge base might be a bit overwhelming for beginner programmers. I would recommend this to juniors and above.
Many useful React hook that you might need already implemented, tested and maintained
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