Create React Front-End Web Applications with Python

Create responsive front-end web applications in Python using the React and Material-UI JavaScript libraries, without having to program in JavaScript, by using the Transcrypt transpiler that turns your Python code into JavaScript.

Using a Python-centric viewpoint, this book outlines the developer tools and software libraries needed to develop front-end web applications with Python, specifically focusing on the popular React library and open-source Material-UI library that includes a collection of themed React components. In addition to chapters covering how to implement specific application features, in a learn-by-doing fashion, the last section of the book walks you through building a fully functional example application from start to finish, giving you an idea of how everything fits together.

Demo project from Part III of the book: [React to Python Project]
Book Outline
  1. Introduction
  2. First Application
  3. JavaScript Functions
  4. Sourcemaps
  5. Intro to React
  6. React Concepts
  7. Cleaner Code
  8. Managing JavaScript Packages
  9. Package Bundler
  1. Text Input
  2. Lists
  3. Forms
  4. React Components
  5. JavaScript Examples
  6. CSS
  7. Material-UI
  8. Parcel Web Proxy
  9. Asynchronous Requests
  10. React Context Hook
  11. Transcrypt Miscellany
  12. Application Versioning
  13. Google Analytics
  14. Developer Tools
  1. Project Outline
  2. Environment Setup
  3. Landing Page
  4. Modal View
  5. REST Service
  6. Books
  7. Menus
  8. User Login
  9. Lookups
  10. User Context
  11. Editing Lookups
  12. Filtering Data
  13. Editing Books
  14. SPA Redirect
  15. Deploying the Application

The Developer Toolchain

Python

Because Python is the programming language you love to use!

Transcrypt

The Python-to-JavaScript transpiler that makes it all work.

React & Material-UI

Functional reactive web development with themed components.

Flask

Lightweight Python application server for REST API services.

npm & Parcel

JavaScript package management and zero-configuration bundler.

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