Getting started with React JS

Daniel Nastase, Software Developer

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13 Lessons (55m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:45
    • 2. Your First React Component

      3:25
    • 3. Nested Components

      2:33
    • 4. JSX and Interpolation

      2:48
    • 5. React Component Properties

      4:27
    • 6. Basic UI Events

      2:18
    • 7. Events Scope Binding

      3:26
    • 8. Component State

      5:35
    • 9. Styles

      5:35
    • 10. How to use the React Children Object

      5:47
    • 11. Create a game with React part 1

      4:45
    • 12. Create a game with React part 2

      5:55
    • 13. Create a game with React part 3

      6:12
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About This Class

Hi there and welcome! In this course, we are gone see how React JS works how it can help your day to day job and career.

First,  you are going to learn how the fundamentals concepts of React work. Short, modular lessons will explain things like: React Components, React State, Props or how to use CSS with React. Then we will take this knowledge and apply it to make a complete full working application.

The course is designed as a practical workshop and provides you with great real-life coding examples. While taking your first tour, my recommendation is to focus on the general aspects of the lesson and to understand its application. Whenever you feel ready, press replay and start writing code alongside me. Remember, knowledge is of no value unless you put it into practice. So keep calm and code on :) 

There are projects files for you to complete, so you can practice your skills and the used concepts.

What knowledge & tools are required?

  • JavaScript, HTML, and CSS fundamentals are required
  • no prior experience with React is required
  • setup your create-creat-app environment by using this guide 
  • not required, but experience with JavaScript ES6+ is beneficial
  • throughout this course, we will use Sublime Text as a code editor but feel free to install your editor of choice if you prefer something else.