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How Fast Can You Learn React?

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There is a trend in software development that I am starting to despise from the deepest corners of my liver — portraying complicated stuff as if it were a piece o’ cake. React is probably one of the most famous ones out there in terms of JavaScript frameworks and libraries. From the absolute ludicrous “Learn React in 5 Minutes” (note, that’s for a 6 minute read article) published by no other than the highly acclaimed FreeCodeCamp…




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Attila Vágó

Attila Vágó

Pragmatic software engineer, editor, writer and occasional music critic. Lego and Mac fan. Accessibility advocate. Life enthusiast. | 5x Top Writer, 500K+ views

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