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A few weeks ago I released a course to learn or get better with React Hooks: useEffect.dev.
Initially, I wrote it as an eBook, but the more I thought about it, the more I was convinced that a course was better support for it.
So I decided to “rebrand” the content as an interactive course. It isn’t a video course as you can find a lot on the web, but it contains interactive examples and exercises, so you can write code without leaving your browser (I published on GitHub a template for curious developers or people who want to create such a course).
For people preferring books, it is still possible to download the course content as a PDF: there is a plan including it, or users can purchase it separately on Flurly.
With the hope to drive some people on the course, I also created a PDF cheat sheet about React hooks, more or less a quick reference inspired by the course content. It is available for free on Gumroad, and it got some success on r/reactjs. 🙂03/02/2021