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Practice React Component Rendering
Sharpen your React skills by practicing JSX, creating and rendering components, passing down props, as well as iterating over data, and more.Viewed
Components are the core building blocks of a React application. This course will level-up your React skills by providing a better understanding of functional components, state and lifecycle methods, and how to split your UI into reusable and composable components.
Practice State in React
Practice initializing and managing state in React by building a star rating component.Viewed
Using Create React App
Learn to quickly set up React projects using Create React App.Viewed
Data Fetching in React
Learn different methods for fetching external data in React, and how to display the data in your app.Viewed
React Router v6 Basics
Learn to use React Router v6, a declarative routing solution for React, to manage navigation and rendering of components in your applications.
React Context API
In the typical React data flow, components communicate with each other via props. A parent passes props down to child components. Sometimes the intermediary components get props passed to them with the sole purpose of passing that data down one (or several) more levels deep. This cascade of props is often referred to as "prop drilling". The React Context API provides a way to pass data to components without having to pass props manually at every single level.Viewed
What's New in React 16
Get up to speed with new features in React 16, a complete rewrite of the React library.Viewed
Learn More About React
Deploying a React App
Learn how to create a production build of your React application and deploy it to a server, using free tools and services like GitHub Pages, Now, and Netlify.Viewed
React allows you to describe how your app should be displayed in an easy to understand way. It also helps eliminate the complexity that comes with updating your DOM elements when users interact with your application. React will change the way you think about building web applications!
We'll begin with an introductory course on React, where you'll learn about components, props, state, and a few other foundational things. Next, you'll level-up your React skills by gaining a better understanding of class vs. functional components, state and lifecycle methods, and how to split your UI into reusable and composable components.
The next part of the Track will walk you through how to use the Create React App, and then we'll learn how to use the React Context API. Then, our React Router 4 Basics course will teach you to use React Router v4, a declarative routing solution for React, to manage navigation and rendering of components in your applications.
Finally, we'll put all this knowledge to use with instruction on data fetching, React Hooks, and deploying a React app. Ready to get started working with React? Let's get started!
An entry-level salary for the technologies covered in this track is about $90,000 / yr on average.
Some companies that use these technologies regularly include: Netflix, Airbnb, Facebook, Home Depot, IBM Design