Babel includes JSX processing.
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.container .block The UX design process is becoming an increasingly important aspect of creating quality website applications and software products. There are many different UX design books out there with a myriad of different techniques and methods that are important for us to know and use as UX designers. It can sometimes be confusing figuring out the best UX design practices to use, so I’ve put together a list of some useful and practical UX design books that are definitely worth a read. I’d love to hear what your favourites are and how they helped you improve your design process.
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Also see: Tab Triggers