MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 22 lectures (1h 5m) | Size: 410.7 MB
A Quickstart for existing developers new to React. Fast + thorough. In just over an hour, learn the core React concepts
What you’ll learn
Create a React application from scratch
Use React’s JSX syntax
Create React components
Communicate between components
Style React components with CSS in JS, CSS classes, CSS modules, and SASS
Display images in React components
Bind to data in React components
Handle user input with events
Manage component state with the useState() hook
Access API data with the useEffect() hook
Use React Router to define routes and pages (URLs)
Link to routes/pages
Access URL query/search parameters
Define and use route parameters
A basic understanding of CSS is recommended but is not required.
A course doesn’t have to be long to be effective. This course skips over the boring introductions and summaries and quickly demonstrates, in code, how to create React applications. This is a particularly helpful format for experienced developers who are wanting to learn React. I am an experienced video course author with more than 25 years of software engineering experience and 10 years of experience creating technical, front-end development learning content.
This course begins by teaching you how to create a new React application from scratch using create-react-app, including an introduction to how the plumbing of how a React app is bootstrapped. You’ll learn what react is, how it uses ReactDOM to efficiently render content, and the important parts of React’s unique JSX syntax.
In addition, you’ll learn how to
Create your own React components
Style your componetns with css, css modules, and SASS
Display data and images in your components
Share data across components
Manage component state (data which changes over time) with the useState() hook
Respond to user events like mouse clicks
Define and link to URLs, routes and pages
Use URL Query and Route Parameters
Share state (data) across multiple components
Access API data with the fetch() and React’s useEffect() hook
You’ll learn all this and more as we build an e-commerce website that’s both interesting and relevant to modern web development. The application built can be accessed on Github and the Github repo contains a checkpoint for each video in the course, so you can easily explore the application at any given point in the course
Who this course is for
This is a FAST-paced course intended for developers who are brand new to React.
You don’t need to be an expert developer to learn React from this course, but brand new developers may find it too fast-paced.
Experienced developers will love the fast pace and focus on quick delivery of the most critical information.
Non-developers and brand new developers may find this course too fast paced.