ReactJS Tutorial Full Course From Scratch

ReactJS Tutorial Full Course From Scratch

Our React.JS Course equips the learner with developing single-page or mobile applications and creates reusable components for web pages and mobile applications. We have designed React.JS Course Syllabus by industry experts as per the requirements of current trends. The React.JS Course Curriculum contains basic elements like introduction, JSX overview, Environmental setup, real-time applications, forms and UI, Component Lifecycle, Event Handling, and Styles along with advanced features such as router and navigations, Flux, Redux, and Unit testing methods. Check out the detailed React.JS Course Content below.

What you’ll learn

  • ReactJS – Full course from scratch (Introduction and installation).
  • ReactJS – Full course from scratch (Folder Structure).
  • ReactJS – Full course from scratch (Components,Functional Components,Class Components).
  • ReactJS – Full course from scratch (JSX,Hooks Update,Props,State,setState,Destructuring props and state).
  • ReactJS – Full course from scratch (Event Handling,Binding Event Handlers,Methods as props).
  • ReactJS – Full course from scratch (Conditional Rendering,List Rendering,Lists and Keys,Index as Key Anti-pattern).
  • ReactJS – Full course from scratch (Styling and CSS Basics,Basics of Form Handling,Component Lifecycle Methods).
  • ReactJS – Full course from scratch (HTTP and React,useState,useEffect,Conditionally run effects,).
  • ReactJS – Full course from scratch (useContext,useReducer,useCallback,useMemo,useRef Hook).
  • ReactJS – Full course from scratch (Custom Hooks,useDocumentTitle,useCounter, useInput Custom Hook).

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 74 lectures • 9hr 33min.

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Requirements

  • NodeJS and NPM.

Our React.JS Course equips the learner with developing single-page or mobile applications and creates reusable components for web pages and mobile applications. We have designed React.JS Course Syllabus by industry experts as per the requirements of current trends. The React.JS Course Curriculum contains basic elements like introduction, JSX overview, Environmental setup, real-time applications, forms and UI, Component Lifecycle, Event Handling, and Styles along with advanced features such as router and navigations, Flux, Redux, and Unit testing methods. Check out the detailed React.JS Course Content below.

Introduction to React

  • What is React?
  • Why React?
  • React version history
  • React 16 vs React 15
  • Just React – Hello World
  • Using create-react-app
  • Anatomy of react project
  • Running the app
  • Debugging first react app

Templating using JSX

  • Working with React. createElement
  • Expressions
  • Using logical operators
  • Specifying attributes
  • Specifying children
  • Fragments

About Components

  • Significance of component architecture
  • Types of components
  • Functional
  • Class-based
  • Pure
  • Component Composition

Working with state and props

  • What are state and its significance
  • Read state and set state
  • Passing data to component using props
  • Validating props using propTypes
  • Supplying default values to props using default props

Rendering lists

  • Using react key prop
  • Using map function to iterate on arrays to generate elements

Event handling in React

  • Understanding React event system
  • Understanding Synthetic event
  • Passing arguments to event handlers

Understanding component lifecycle and handling errors

  • Understand the lifecycle methods
  • Handle errors using error boundaries

Working with forms</str

  • Controlled components
  • Uncontrolled components
  • Understand the significance of default Value prop
  • Using react ref prop to get access to DOM element

Context

  • What is context
  • When to use context
  • Create Context
  • Context.Provider
  • Context.Consumer
  • Reading context in class

Code-Splitting

  • What is code splitting
  • Why do you need code splitting
  • React. lazy
  • Suspense
  • Route-based code splitting

Hooks

  • What are hooks
  • Why do you need hooks
  • Different types of hooks
  • Using state and effect hooks
  • Rules of hooks
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