This post is part of the series 30 Days of React.

In this series, we're starting from the very basics and walk through everything you need to know to get started with React. If you've ever wanted to learn React, this is the place to start!

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We've made it! Day 30. Congrats! Now you have enough information to write some very complex applications, integrated with data, styled to perfection, tested and deployed.

Welcome to the final day! Congrats! You've made it!

The final component of our trip through React-land is a call to get involved. The React community is active, growing, and friendly.

Check out the community projects on Github at: https://github.com/reactjs

We've covered a lot of material in the past 30 days. The high-level topics we discussed in our first 30 days:

  1. JSX and what it is, from the ground up.
  2. Building components a. Static b. Data-driven components c. Stateful and stateless components d. Pure components e. The inherent tree-based structure of the virtual DOM
  3. The React component lifecycle
  4. How to build reusable and self-documenting components
  5. How to make our components stylish using native React proptypes as well as third party libraries
  6. Adding interaction to our compon...
 

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Ari Lerner

Hi, I'm Ari. I'm an author of Fullstack React and ng-book and I've been teaching Web Development for a long time. I like to speak at conferences and eat spicy food. I technically got paid while I traveled the country as a professional comedian, but have come to terms with the fact that I am not funny.

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