React Master Class - Learn By Coding Components

Udemy React Master Class - Learn By Coding Components

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Learn React step by step from basics to advanced by building UI components in simple and intuitive way + includes hooks

What you'll learn
  • Understand how setState works
  • Understand common design patterns for building reusable components
  • Better practices and learning's from the field
  • Understand functional components and stateful components
  • Understand how React works internally and code a basic version of React like library
  • Build reusable React components of medium to high complexity.
  • Build your own state management libary
  • Understand Server Side Rendering

Requirements
  • You should have a basic knowledge of JavaScript and ES6.

Description
Treat this offer as a "One Time Investment" to all future updates.

This course will take you from React Novice to React intermediate (advanced, or Expert level, with practice). We will covering some fundamentals in the beginning but move on to applications and the cool stuff.
In this course we will also code a reusable DataTable component from scratch, implement drag and drop without using any third-party library, create JSON based dynamic forms and much more.
You will learn many fundamental aspects of React Component design and also learn how to take this approach to build any UI component that you wish. Once you successfully complete the course you will have learned how to build a pretty advanced React component that contains the following features.
[ x ] React fundamentals
[ x ] Component in depth
[ x ] Hooks
[ x ] Understanding Virtual DOM and diffing
[ x ] Context API
[ x ] Learn to build dynamic form component using JSON.
[ x ] Customizing components using props
[ x ] Learn to add drag and drop feature without using third party library.
[ x ] Bind data to a table layout
[ x ] Searching on any columns
[ x ] Pagination, with custom pagination view
[ x ] Drag and reorder table columns
[ x ] In-place editing
[ x ] Custom cell renderer
[ x ] Attach the dynamic form to the DataTable.
[ x ] React Common Patterns
[ x ] State Management
[ x ] Server Side Rendering(SSR) and more
Planned overall agenda for the course:
Section 1 -
Fundamentals of React
  • Introduction
  • Fundamentals of React
  • JSX in depth
  • Component based design
  • Fragment
  • Functional Component
  • Stateful Component
  • Event Handling
  • Conditional
  • State Management
  • Life Cycle
  • Error Handling
Section 2 -
Advanced React
  • Type checking with PropTypes
  • Refs and the DOM
  • Uncontrolled Components
  • Higher Order Components (HOC)
  • Render Props
  • Performance Optimization
  • Context API
  • Portals
  • Integrating with other JavaScript
Section 3 - Building a simple CRUD app with React
Section 4 - New React Features
Section 5 - Context API Demo
Section 6 - Building a simple Modal Component
Section 7 - Building a Tagging Component
Section 8 - Building a Calendar Component
Section 9 - Building a DataTable Component
Section 10 - React Drag and Drop Tutorial

Bonus Section: (Dec 2018)
  • Server Side Rendering
We will minimize the use of third party libraries/frameworks and will only include them when absolutely required.
This course will be part of the Full Stack Engineering Open Source Curriculum and publishing on Udemy will kind of support the development of this.
NOTE: Most of the components developed in this training, is kept simple so that even a beginner could understand. To make it work in production scenarios, this has to be thoroughly tested and adapted as needed. I will keep on updating the content with better practices once the core course is completed.

Enjoy Programming!!
(Everyone can code!)

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who is tired of building a todo application and want to learn how to create a reusable medium complexity component and application should find this course interesting.
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