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React JS Course: The Beginners Guide (Step by Step) [Free 100% off premium Udemy course coupon code]

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React JS Course: The Beginners Guide (Step by Step)

Learn to build React JS Based web applications. Complete Practical classes with Live Project

What you'll learn?

  • Create child & nested elements within the App
  • You will learn in-depth about Props
  • Complete understanding of Refs
  • Complete React JS course from Scratch
  • Perform CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) Operations in React JS
  • Create a Scratch Pad app with React JS
  • Build stateless components in React
  • You will learn to build Web Application with React JS

Requirements and What you should know?

  • Basic HTML & CSS
  • Basics knowledge about ES6+ (Optional)
  • Basics of JavaScript

Who is this course for?

  • Anyone who want ot develop an application with React
  • Anybody who has completed JavaScript and want to extend their skills
  • Anyone who is willing to learn React from scratch

What is this course about?

React JS is a JavaScript library built, development and maintained by Facebook. React JS is specifically used to develop interactive web UI. React JS uses the JavaScript DOM instead of using the HTML DOM, This makes React JS the fastest JavaScript library for developing UI elements.

In this course you will learn the following: JSX in React, Components, Stateless Components, Props & Events, Refs in React, Mounting & Un-mounting, Build a Scratch Pad App with ReactJS.

This course is complete based on practicals, Basically in this course we are going to build a Scratch pad app with React JS.

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