A couple of weeks ago React officially released this new API called Hooks and you, who's been looking at React curiously for the past few months or even got to code a few components, have been wondering if now it's the time to learn more about React.
The goal of this guide is to showcase how easy it can be to start modern React development. It shares a step-by-step process, from initial system setup through to deployment, without straying into tangent explanations that aren’t critical at this point in the learning process.
Last evening while looking into a popular react library, I came across ‘refs’ and even knowing it how it works i wasn’t quite convinced with my understanding so decided to dive more deeper into it and finally sharing my thoughts with you people.
What about the ref attribute in React.js? This article gives you clarification around the ref attribute to access DOM nodes in React. It shows you how you can use it, when you should use it and where it can be used and where it shouldn't be used.
The only book on the market that helps you get your first React app up and running in just minutes, Learning React is chock-full of colorful illustrations to help you visualize difficult concepts and practical step-by-step examples to show you how to apply what you learn.
React Quickly is for anyone who wants to learn React.js fast. This hands-on book teaches you the concepts you need with lots of examples, tutorials, and a large main project that gets built throughout the book.
In this course you will take a deep dive into React fundamentals, covering all new React concepts including Hooks. I do address some legacy features in case you’re working with an older codebase, but the majority of this course will focus on working with modern React. You will learn how to style your app, techniques for maintaining your app, and some more advanced concepts like performance optimization.
This course is your one-stop reference to most important React updates since V16 was released. We’ll walk through all the major features of modern React so you can stay in sync with the most recent changes while learning to write better software.
In this course, Derek Jensen will take you through the process of creating a brand new guest book app, from scratch, using React. As you follow along, you'll code your entire app with functional components, and in the process you'll learn not just what hooks are, but also how and when to use them.
If you're serious about learning React, there's no better place to do it. Originally launched in 2016, this course has been taken by tens of thousands of developers and maintains an average rating of 4.8/5. Since then we've rebuilt it from the ground up to include all of the best practices and newest APIs for building professional React apps in 2019.
Learn to build real-world applications using modern React! Much more than an intro, you’ll start from the ground up, getting all the way to using the latest features in React, including hooks, effects, context, and portals.
This course is ideal for those looking to get a better understanding of React fundamentals. In just a matter of hours, you'll complete this workshop knowing what problems React can solve for you and how it goes about solving them. You'll work right alongside React expert Kent C. Dodds as he guides you through using JSX to code through real-world exercises and on to knowledge that will make you more productive at building apps with React.
In this course, you'll learn to build a complete web app—a simple hangman clone. You'll learn how to create a new app project, build out all the components, handle states and styles, and work with web and lifecycle events. All this, and maybe even have a little fun while doing it!
A comprehensive introduction to React by the Director of Education at V School, an award-winning school of technology education. This course contains 48 interactive tutorials and is the perfect starting point for any aspiring React developer.