What you’ll learn
- Building a Simple React Web Page using ReactJS
- The Equipment Necessary to Work with React
- An Overview of CodepenFoundations for OnClick and Callback Events in React Props, Functional Components, and JSX
- The State react hook
- The Calculator’s Construction Debugging in React
- Object Model for Documents (DOM)
- Basic familiarity with HTML and CSS.
- Simple computer abilities
React continues to be open-source and free. Together with an autonomous developer community, Meta develops and maintains it. Developers may create enclosed components using React that effectively maintain their state and deliver UI updates, especially when data changes. Consider the automatic content refresh function that you see on a Twitter feed or Facebook-like button, for instance. Here, when the data is changed, the UI component’s state updates without requiring a manual refresh. This is only one of React’s many subtle yet effective features.
This course will teach you every key React concept you need to know to become a skilled React developer via a comprehensive hands-on project. We start from scratch and provide all of the necessary starting materials. In the next section, we explore JSX, functional components, props, callbacks, and multiple OnClick events. By this point, the calculator will have a full visual display and all arithmetic operations will be accessible. The next step involves utilizing the React State Hook, callback methods, and debugging.
You can see that this course covers a lot of material. The best part is that it includes Tim Maclachlan, a well-known senior full-stack developer with more than 20 years of expertise in commercial development. Tim is a multifaceted developer with a focus on mobile, analytical, and algorithmic programming. He has created hundreds of apps and worked in a variety of fields, including banking and finance, as well as commercial aviation and the military. Tim is excited to communicate with his pupils and has a genuine love for teaching people how to code.
Who this course is for:
- Students that want to learn ReactJS
- Students are drawn to developing front-end user interfaces with React.