In the past it had mostly been used on the client side i.e. in browsers to create and control dynamic web content e.g. interactive forms, autocomplete suggestions, animations, slideshows, …
- You Don’t Know JS: Up & Going - Kyle Simpson (book) Link to PDF
- The Complete Node.js Developer Course (3rd Edition) (course) Link to Udemy (paid)
- You Don’t Know JS - Kyle Simpson (book series) Link to book content on Github
React docs and tutorials
Blog posts are very useful if you are going to work with vega or some other visualization libraries or tools.
If you using Plotly with React, it is really useful to take a look at their own tutorials listed above.
# Further Resources