Introduction to React


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Published December 2017

Get to know the world’s most popular JavaScript front-end framework by building a swag shop project!

React is the most popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces, and it has been for some time.

Aside from making modern web UI development a breeze, React is one of the most in-demand skillsets on the job market right now.

It’s declarative and considered more flexible than other frameworks like Vue.

In this course, you’ll get a thorough introduction to real-world React.

We’ll introduce you to the tools that’ll help you get ahead and create a React skeleton project. Then we’ll start building our project, an online swag shop, diving into promises, components, props, state, data services and notifications.

By the end, you’ll have learned everything you need to know to start building web apps with React, and worked with some other high-demand technologies along the way, such as Node and MongoDB.

Oh yeah, and the whole SitePoint library! Learn More.

What you'll learn

  • How to set up React + create a skeleton project

  • How to use promises, props, data services and notification services

  • How to build React components

  • How to work with state
Meet your instructor
Mark Price

An experienced mobile developer, app designer, app enthusiast, and app-trepreneur. My passion is helping people reveal hidden talents, guiding them into the world of startups and programming and helping them make amazing salaries as engineers.

Lesson 1: Intro to React
Setting up React Tooling 18:36
Installing Bootstrap 11:06
Setting up the API 6:06
Creating a HTTP Service 18:41
Promises with ES6 and React 12:00
Components in React 13:27
Props in React 10:42
Working with State in React 13:22
Creating a WishList Component 24:29
Building a Singleton Data Service 11:02
Creating a Notification Service 12:49
Posting Notifications to React Components 7:09
Observing Notifications in React 13:27
Finishing our Full Stack React App 15:52

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