React JS | React.js with Flux & JSX, Web Developers build Facebook Way
React. JS Course Description
Learn how React.js creates its own virtual DOM where your components actually live. This virtual DOM approach gives enormous flexibility and amazing gains in performance because React.js calculates what changes need to be made in the DOM beforehand and updates the DOM tree accordingly. React.js avoids costly DOM operations and makes updates in a very efficient manner.
Join this React.js training to the depth and breadth and add a valuable tool to your web toolkit.
React.JS Course Learning Outcomes
- Set up a simple command-line workflow with JSX.
- Learn React?s lifecycle for managing a component?s creation, re-rendering, and destruction.
- Understand the details (and perils) of using React's tools for giving components local state.
- Know how to interact with an API using Facebook’s Flux pattern.
- Learn how to run React code on the server as well as the client.
- Know two methods for making the server-side app respond to different URLs.
React. JS Training - Suggested Audience
Professionals who want to rapidly learn to design and deploy responsive websites and web apps that looks great and works fantastic on variety of browsers and devices. Suggested attendees based on our past programs are:
- Front End Developers.
- Full Stack Developers.
React.JS Training Duration
- Open-House F2F (Public): 1 day
- In-House F2F (Private): 1 day, for commercials please send us an email with group size to firstname.lastname@example.org
React. JS Training - Prerequisites
There are no pre-requisites for this training course however, basic knowledge of HTML and web designs concepts would be an added advantage.
- Lectures 7
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 08-10 hours
- Skill level Intermediate
- Language English
- Students 20
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
- Why React
- Setting up
- A whole widget
- Jumping Into JSX
- JSX and Props
Interactivity, With Two Twists
- The React life cycle
- Local State
- A More Interactive Component
- Working With a Model
The Flux Pattern
- What's The Flux?
- Writing Our Own Spinner
- A Quick Side Trip Into Inline Styles
- Actions and the Dispatcher
- Consuming From the Store
- A Brief around The Server
- Multiple Routes and Other Concerns
- From Mixins to ES6
- Testing and Animation
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