React JS Training

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Description

What is React JS?

React JS Training- React JS basically is an open-source JavaScript library which is used for building user interfaces specifically for single page applications. It’s used for handling view layer for web and mobile apps. React also allows us to create reusable UI components.

It can be used with a combination of other JavaScript libraries or frameworks, such as Angular JS in MVC.

Why React?

Easy to learn

Anyone with a basic previous knowledge in programming can easily understand React. For react you just need basic knowledge of CSS and HTML.

Native Approach

React can be used to create mobile applications (React Native). And React is a follows reusability, meaning extensive code reusability is supported.

Data Binding

React uses one-way data binding and an application architecture called Flux controls the flow of data to components through one control point – the dispatcher. It’s easier to debug self-contained components of large ReactJS apps.

Performance

React does not offer any concept of a built-in container for dependency.

 

The following topics will be covered in our React JS Training:

React JS Training Topics.

React Js Training -Who Is This Course For?

How Is This Course Different from the React and Flux course?

Why Redux?

Environment Setup

  • Environment Overview
  • Versions Used in This Course
  • Hot Reloading
  • Install Node
  • Create package.json
  • Editors
  • Install npm Packages
  • Introduce npm Scripts
  • Create src Directory
  • Set up Webpack
  • Set up editorconfig
  • Set up Babel
  • Set up Express
  • Create Start Script
  • Create Start Message
  • Set up ESLin
  • Create Parallel Scripts
  • Set up Testing
  • Add Test Scripts

React Component Approaches

  • Four Ways to Create React Components
  • ES5 Create Class Component
  • ES6 Class Component
  • ES5 Stateless Component
  • ES6 Stateless Component
  • When Should I Use Each Style?
  • Other Ways to Create Components
  • Container vs. Presentation Components

Initial App Structure

  • Create Initial Components
  • Create App Layout
  • Configure Routing
  • Update Entry Point
  • Create Styles
  • Create Header
  • Create Course Page

Intro to Redux

  • Do I Need Redux?
  • Three Core Redux Principles
  • Flux Similarities
  • Flux Differences
  • Redux Flow Overview

Actions, Stores, and Reducers

  • Actions
  • Store
  • What Is Immutability?
  • Why Immutability?
  • Handling Immutability
  • Reducers

Connecting React to Redux

  • Container vs. Presentational Components
  • React-redux Introduction
  • mapStateToProps
  • mapDispatchToProps
  • A Chat with Redux

Redux Flow

  • Create Simple Add Course Form
  • Binding in ES6
  • Actions
  • Reducers
  • Root Reducer
  • Store
  • Instantiate Store and Provider
  • Connect Container

Step Through Redux Flow

  • MapDispatchToProps Manual Mapping
  • bindActionCreators
  • Container Structure Review
  • Action Type Constants

Async in Redux

  • Why a Mock API?
  • Async Library Options
  • Thunk Overview
  • Mock API Setup
  • Remove Inline Form
  • Add Thunk to Store
  • Create Load Courses Thunk
  • Action Naming Conventions
  • Load Courses in Reducer
  • Dispatch Action on Page Load

Create Course List Component

Async Writes in Redux

  • Create Manage Course Page
  • Create Manage Course Form
  • Create Form Input Components
  • Use Manage Course Form
  • Create Author Actions
  • Create Author Reducer
  • Map Author Data for Dropdown
  • Create Form Change Handler
  • Create Save Course Thunk
  • Handle Creates and Updates in Reducer
  • Dispatch Create and Update
  • Redirect via React Router Context
  • Populate Form via mapStateToProps
  • Update State via componentWillReceiveProps

Async Status and Error Handling

  • Create Preloader Component
  • Create AJAX Status Actions
  • Create AJAX Status Reducer
  • Call Begin AJAX in Thunks
  • Hide Preloader Based on Status
  • Use Promises to Wait for Thunks
  • Create Form Submission Loading Indicator
  • Display Save Notification
  • Error Handling

Testing React

  • Testing Frameworks
  • Helper Libraries
  • Testing React with React Test Utils
  • Testing React with Enzyme

Testing Redux

  • Testing Connected React Components
  • Testing mapStateToProps
  • Testing Action Creators
  • Testing Reducers
  • Testing Thunks
  • Testing the Store

Prerequisite:

Basic working knowledge of HTML,CSS,JavaScript, Text editor-Visual Studio code/We storm/Atom and preffered one is Visual Studio .

Duration & Timings :

Duration – 30 Hours.

Training Type: Online Live Interactive Session.

Faculty: Experienced.

Weekend Session – Sat & Sun  9:30 AM – 12:30 PM (EST) – 5 Weeks. June 2, 2018.

Weekday Session – Mon – Thu 8:30 PM – 10:30 PM (EST) – 4 Weeks. June 25, 2018.

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