This course covers the basics of React.js and prepares the student to start developing web applications with the library.
Web Development with React.js
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This course targets Web Developers who are looking for ways to improve their productivity with React.
- Introduction to React.js
- Break the UI into a components hierarchy
- React and imperative Programming
- Basic REACT API
- REACT DOM package and its API
- React & Declarative Programming using JSX
- Components and Expression
- Components and State, Properties, Events
- Parent/Child Relationships
- Reusable Components
- Component Lifecycle
- Server-side Integration with Ajax
- Managing App State with Redux
- Intermediate Redux Middleware
- React Router + Redux Form
Introduction to React.js
- What is React.js?
- Why React.js?
- DOM Deep Dive
- Real DOM
- Virtual DOM
- React Architecture
- React.js Applications
- React Browser apps
- React Native apps
- React set up
- Writing React Hello World Program
Break the UI into a components hierarchy
- What is UI?
- Compose UI
- UI as Component
- What is Component?
- Why Component?
- Understand Component hierarchy.
React and imperative Programming
- What is Imperative Programming?
- Writing Imperative DOM Programming
- Writing React Imperative DOM programming using api
Basic REACT API
- React class
- React class is as entry point to React lib
- React.createClass Overview
- React.createClass(Object Speciation) detailed understanding
- React.createElement class Overview and detailed discussion
- React.cloneElement class
- React.createFactory class
REACT DOM package and its API
- ReactDOM.render detailed understanding
React & Declarative Programming using JSX
- What is JSX?
- Why JSX?
- Declarative Programming and imperative programming
- JSX and Browsers
- JSX and Various Transpilers
- JSX vs Template literals
- JSX to express UI Components
- JSX Syntax and grammar
- HTML Tags Vs React Components
Components and Expression
- Component Namespace
- Attribute Expressions
- Boolean Attributes
- Child Expression
Components and State, Properties, Events
- What is State?
- How State Works
- What Components Should Have State?
- What Should Go in State?
- What Shouldn’t Go in State? Using State
- Data is State Container
- Transferring Pros
- Manual Transfer
- Transferring with JSX
- Consuming and Transferring the Same Prop
- Rest and Spread Properties
- Handling Events
- Events in depth
- Event Handling and Synthetic Events
- Under the Hood: Autobinding and Event Delegation
- Multiple Components
- Motivation: Separation of Concerns
- Composition Example
- Child Reconciliation
- Stateful Children
- Dynamic Children
- Using refs
- Prop Types
- Adding multiple child elements
- A deeper look at keys
- How to develop reusable Components
- Prop Validation
- Single Child
- Default Prop Values
- Forms and its elements in React
- Why Controlled Components?
- Why Textarea Value?
- Imperative operations
- Two way data binding helpers
- Cloning Elements
- Keyed Elements
- Immutability Helpers
- Shallow Compare
Server-side Integration with Ajax
- AJAX and React.js
- React and its Ajax libs
- superagent: A lightweight “isomorphic” library for AJAX requests.
- Request: AJAX all over again. Includes support for xml HttpRequest, JSONP, CORS, and CommonJS Promises A. Browser support stretches back to IE6.
- react-ajax: Ajax Request Component for React.
- axios: Promise based HTTP client for the browser and node.js.
- request: Simplified HTTP request client.
- Load Initial Data via AJAX
- CURD operations
Managing App State with Redux
- What is Redux?
- Containers – Connecting Redux to React
- Implementation of a Container Class
- Containers and Reducers Overview
- Actions and Action Creators
- Binding Action Creators
- Creating an Action
- Consuming Actions in Reducers
Intermediate Redux Middleware
- App Overview and Planning
- Component Setup
- Controlled Components and Binding Context
- Form Elements in React
- Working with API’s
- Introduction to Middleware
- Ajax Requests with Axios
- Redux-Promise in Practice
- Avoiding State Mutations in Reducers
- Building a List Container
- Mapping Props to a Render Helper
- Adding Sparkline Charts
React Router + Redux Form
- App Overview and Goals
- Exploring the Posts Api
- Installing React Router
- React Router – What is It?
- Setting Up React Router
- Route Configuration
- Nesting of Routes
- IndexRoutes with React Router
- Back to Redux – Index Action
- Catching Data with Posts Reducer
- Fetching Data with Lifecycle Methods
- Creating New Posts
- Navigation with the Link Component
- Forms and Form Submit