I've been building applications using Angular as a framework of choice for more than a year and this post is not about another React vs Angular or the quirks of each framework. Honestly, I like Angular and every day I discover something new which makes development easier and makes me look like a guy who built something very complex in a matter of hours which would've taken a long time to put the correct architecture in place if I had chosen a different framework. The first thing that I learned in Angular is the use of the APP_INITIALIZER token.
The title says it all. This is my third book with Packt Publishing and I wrote a book after four long years. In the last few months, I’ve spent my weekends writing this book and it was an arduous undertaking. Here’s the cover image: I have used React and React-Router in many projects and during the course of writing this book I’ve learned a great deal about these frameworks/libraries. This book is all about the ‘React-Router’ library and how you can use it any React application (web or native). The book covers the following topics: Chapter 1, Introduction to React Router 4 and Creating Your First Route , is an introduction to the component-based architecture in React and how you can get started with creating routes using the Route component from React Router. Chapter 2, Configuring Routes, Using Various Options in the Route Component , discusses various Route component props that can be used to match the requested URL location and how these matches can be used to render a com