Until recently, WordPress remained relatively sheltered from all of these changes, being mostly built with jQuery and traditional JS, with the only exception being the Media Library, which most developers treat like a black box (for good reason). However, That all changes this year.
If you want to learn along with me, here are links to the books I’m currently planning to attack.
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If you have suggestions for others, or against any of these, feel free to leave them in the comments, and I will take the time to review your suggestions.
Josh Levinson says:
Good luck! I highly recommend checking out egghead if you’re not already familiar with that resource.
I took a very brief look.. the courses seem to be a bit of a mixed bag, but this one seems promising: https://egghead.io/lessons/react-introduction-to-the-beginner-s-guide-to-reactjs
Collins Agbonghama says:
just added ES6 for humans to my list! I’ll look through the others soon 🙂
I would like to recommend two of my favorite books by the incredible Nicholas Zakas:
Both books are eye opener!
Basically anything by Zakas is a must for front-end developers.