Duration: Hours

React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible Javascript library for building Web Applications. It follows component-based approach. Easy to create smaller components and build large-scale applications. The main goal is to build large-scale high-performance applications with smaller and reusable stateful components.

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    Description

    React is a JavaScript library developed by Facebook which, among other things, was used to build Instagram.com. Its aim is to allow developers to easily create fast user interfaces for websites and applications alike. The main concept of React. js is virtual DOM.

    JavaScript :

    1. Basics of JavaScript.
    2. JavaScript in depth.
    • Creating classes
    • Creating private/public/global fields
    • Creating private/public/global functions
    • Dynamic rendering with JavaScript
    • Events

    React :

    1. Introduction
    2. Original DOM vs Virtual DOM
    3. Components
    4. React Components with JSX
    5. React Components with ES6
    6. Props and state

    Node :

    1. Basics of Node and Installation.
    2. Introduction to Npm
    3. Adding and removing modules

    React with Node

    1. Creating an application using Create App.
    2. Life Cycle
    3. Debugging
    4. Default values
    5. SetState in depth
    6. Creating Forms
    7. Creating Table
    8. Handling Events
    9. Applying Filters
    10. JSX in depth
    11. Validations
    12. Applying Styles
    13. Backend calls
    14. Stateful Components
    15. Stateless Components
    16. Local Storage
    17. Routing
    18. Master Pages
    19. Reconciliation
    20. Creating Reusable Components
    21. Composition vs Inheritance
    22. Code Reusability and Optimization
    23. Fragments
    24. Bundling
    25. Deploying

    Integration of 3rd party Modules

    1. Google Maps
    2. Bootstrap Controls
    3. Material UI
    4. Toast Messages for notifications

    Others

    1. Other Debugging Options
    2. Developer Tools
    3. Current Applications developed
    4. Future
    5. Introduction to Starter Kits
    6. Integration with other libraries

     

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