What is reactive programming? It’s coding 2.0 that you can learn for just $29

What is reactive programming? It’s coding 2.0 that you can learn for just $29

If you’ve never heard of reactive programming — or you’ve heard of it, but don’t quite know what it means — you aren’t alone. Reactive coding has earned its reputation as an intriguing new approach to web construction, yet actually explaining it can turn into a bit of a head-scratcher.

Of course, you can not only learn what it means, but how it works and how to use it with this in-depth Reactive JavaScript Course and eBook bundle. It’s available right now for over 90 percent off, just $29 from TNW Deals.

In simple terms, reactive programming helps streamline a user’s experience with an app, shifting a lot of each command’s heavy lifting into the background while keeping the front-facing operations clipping along clean and smooth.

It may sound confusing, but after working through these five courses and three eBooks, you’ll be well on your way to understanding all the components and how they find together in your web build for a fast, responsive final product.

Your courses center around learning JavaScript, a core programming language and the backbone of reactive coding. Once you’re fully versed in JavaScript’s principles (Mastering JavaScript, JavaScript Design Patterns: 20 Patterns for Advancing Your JavaScript Skills), you’ll move into using JavaScript for reactive projects (Reactive JavaScript Programming).

You’ll even dig into a pair of disciplines also aimed at cranking up the speed and efficiency of your web creations, MEAN and Angular (Mastering MEAN Web Development: Expert Full Stack JavaScript, Angular 2 Deep Dive).

Finally, you’ll be ready to devour a trio of eBooks to further embed your knowledge, as well as work through loads of different exercises to put those new skills into practice (React and React Native eBook, Angular 2 Cookbook eBook, and Node Cookbook eBook).

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