Yes, exactly, I put some steps for anybody who likes to use perspective in full power.
my tips are learning following at following steps:
Study Perspective global CSS3 file (Must)
At this point, you can do most of the animations and effects you want in The Perspective
Learn Chrome dev tools. You need it to debug and understand some components’ CSS settings for further manipulation.
Learn React fully
Learn some basics of Webpack
Learn some basics of Java
Other tools like Yarn, Graddle … are handle by IA example.
For me, because I don’t have knowledge of JAVA right now and still learning React, I design my components separately and use web dev module and iframe to import them into perspective view which very complicated task. Especially for syncing changes from perspective to component. For some basic component that doesn’t need any update from the perspective session, this method is ideal for now.
As you can see, the process is like using JAVA classes in Vision and using Paintable Canvas(like iframe).
Learn Web development is much much easier, more fun, and enjoyable compare to JAVA.