Web Development Using React

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  • 4 Assignments and 1 Capstone Project

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Overview

Tailormade for today’s ever-evolving world, React JS is one of the most sought-after web frameworks among industries and is a key component of their growth. Our React JS certification offers a blend of 82 hours of self-paced learning and 32 hours of instructor-led sessions enabling you to develop the essential skills from day one.

We emphasize learning the concepts through examples and our immersive, simulated learning processes with assignments and 1 Capstone Project, helping you build a portfolio of projects throughout the course.

Benefits

Get access to 23.5 hours interactive exercises and practical assignments on our integrated platform, along with an understanding of the what, why, and how of React JS, deconstructed for you by our immersive courseware.

Broadly divided into three phases our courseware is ideal for beginners and intermediate web development aspirants. The first phase emphasizes the architecture and design of the React framework. The second phase focuses on reason-based learning or the ‘how’, ‘why’ and ‘what’ elements, which will impact the ways of working on the projects. The final phase relays on coding best practices and standardization.

Currently, most industries are struggling to get the right resources to support their development and business growth. Spanning over 80+ hours, this program walks you through the different challenges and exciting projects that a React web developer encounters daily.

  • Widen your career opportunities by working as Full Stack Engineer, Senior Developer, Front End Developer, etc.
  • Enhance your productivity by equipping yourself with top-notch developer tools.
  • Upgrade your skillsets by learning components and write with JSX to be relevant to the market. · ReactJS expertise can help you earn between $67,621 and $123,934.
  • Minimize business risks by bringing-in stability.
  • Develop efficient applications with React’s solid performance, migration, code reusability, and SEO.
  • Incorporate CSS with ReactJS’ mix of HTML and JavaScript.
  • Facilitate speedy debugging with its Browser Developer Tools.
  • Its small API with declarative syntax and UI componentization enables easier switching of technologies.

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What you will Learn

  • Level up your skills as a Frontend Engineer / Developer

  • Build composable user interfaces using reusable components

  • Build performant, interactive, and data-driven web applications

  • Build Single Page Apps (SPAs)

  • Setup and use the create-react-app toolchain

  • Build dynamic components that interact with APIs, services, and the backend

  • Write reusable and shared logic for use in your application ecosystem

  • Build interactive forms

  • Implement routing in single-page React applications using React Router

  • Build isomorphic React applications

  • Use Redux and middleware like redux-thunk and React Saga (Optional)

  • Test React components and applications using Jest, React Testing Library, and Enzyme

Prerequisites

Prior Knowledge/Training Required

Intermediate working knowledge of JavaScript (ES6+)

Basics of HTML and CSS

Software Requirements

Node.js v13.x.x or above

An IDE or a code editor like Microsoft VSCode, Sublime Text or similar

A web browser such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Firefox

System Requirements

Any workstation or laptop with at least 8 GB of RAM


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  • UI developers
  • Full Stack developers
  • QAs
  • Solution Architects
  • Developers willing to strengthen their knowledge of ReactJS
  • Novices who are looking to become React developers

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Curriculum

Learning Objective:
Discover what React is and the problems it solves when designing UIs and web applications. Get your first hands-on experience with React. Discover the create-react-app utility that generates a React development toolchain for an incredible developer experience.
Topics: 
  • What is React? 
  • Hello React
  • Using the create-react-app 
Hands-on: 
Build an app that allows the user to key in text which it reverses and displays on the UI instantaneously.
Learning Objective:
Gain an insight into components, the building blocks of a React application. Learn about the two main types of components that you can build with React including a conceptual look at state and event listeners. Discover JSX, an HTML like syntax that allows you to express your UI within a React component.
Topics: 
  • What are Components? 
  • Types of Components 
  • JSX
Hands-on: 
  • Create a class component that lets you type text in a <textarea> field while it displays word and character counts that update as you type 
  • Create a Card component that one often sees on social media platforms 
  • Write a component that acts as a list item in a UI that renders list of books

Learning Objective:

Learn about state which allows you to describe changes to your UI using data. Learn about the fundamentals of the Hooks API that lets you incorporate state in a Function component. Understand how to use props as conduits that allow you to pass data from a parent to a child component. Learn to debug props using typechecking. 

Topics: 

  • What is State? 
  • Stateful Function Components with Hooks 
  • What are props? 
  • Type Checking with Prop Types 

Hands-on:

  • Create a toggle button for a hypothetical spacecraft's guidance system panel 
  • Build a simple theme switcher using state in a function component using the Hooks API 
  • Work on a component called UserCard which has to accept data using props

Learning Objective:

Learn to render lists of components using the map method. Understand the importance of the 'key' attribute. Learn to use the fragments feature for rendering multiple top-level components. 

Topics

  • Using the map function to render lists 
  • The “key” attribute 
  • Using Fragments 

Hands-on: 

  • Use the map function to render lists of components using an Array of movies and set all-important ‘key’ prop
  • Implement the Fragment operator in a React Component instead of an enclosing div element

Learning Objective:

Understand the lifecycle of a component and how it can be harnessed. Learn to integrate side effects such as fetching data from an API, in a React component. Learn to deal with side effects that require cleanup, such as using timers. Understand React's SyntheticEvent system. Learn about managing errors gracefully using Error Boundaries.

Topics: 

  • Lifecycle of a Component 
  • Side effects & Lifecycle 
  • Managing cleanup 
  • Events 
  • Error Management

Hands-on:

  • Implement the componentDidMount lifecycle method to bring in data from a mock weather service 
  • Implement the componentDidUpdate lifecycle method to update the data  
  • component will unmount lifecycle function to tear down the timer instance in an app 
  • Work with events to set state properties 
  • Implement an Error Boundary component to intercept errors in child components

Learning Objective:

Learn to build form elements that are controlled by React. Learn to fetch form data directly from the DOM. Implement debouncing & other techniques to efficiently handle multiple form elements.

Topics: 

  • Controlled Form Components
  • Uncontrolled Form Components
  • Handling inputs efficiently
  • Project - Building a currency converter

Hands-on: 

  • Turn an input element into a controlled component
  • Implement refs to pull and set data to DOM elements when needed

Learning Objective:

Implement shared logic using render props. Learn to reuse component logic using the HOC pattern.

Topics: 

  • Render Props
  • Higher Order Components

Hands-on:

  • Create a Currency Converter component that implements render props to provide the result which is then rendered on the screen
  • Build a higher order function that empowers our App component with tools to fetch currency rates after conversion 

Learning Objective:

Learn to render children in a DOM node that is outside of the parent's DOM hierarchy. Understand how event bubbling works with Portals.

Topics:

  • Introduction to Portals
  • Event bubbling in Portals

Hands-on:

Work with Portals to render a dialog box component in a DOM element other than the root div where the React app is mounted

Learning Objective:

Understand the nuances of data flow in a React application, and the issues with sharing global data using props in a deeply nested application. Learn and understand all about the Context API that lets you share global data without using props. 

Topics: 

  • Unidirectional Data Flow
  • Challenges with Props
  • The Context API

Hands-on:

Instantiate a context, and provider and consumer components to trickle data down to the component hierarchy

Learning Objective: 

Get an introduction to the Hooks API and the motivation behind them. Learn to incorporate stateful properties in a function component using the useState() hook. Learn to ingest data from a Context provider using hooks and to implement the useReducer() hook. Finally, learn to write your own hook. 

Topics:

  • Understanding Hooks 
  • The useState hook 
  • Side effects using the useEffect hook 
  • The useContext hook 
  • The useReducer hook 
  • Writing your own hook 

Hands-on: 

  • Build a PowerTags component that can be used to dynamically add/remove tags or keywords
  • Use the useEffect function to fetch data from a stock app
  • Implement the useContext hook to consume data from a context provider
  • Use the useReducer hook to offload state management and define actions and their resulting state changes
  • Build a custom hook named ‘useGeoLocation’ which accesses the HTML5 GeoLocation API to continually fetch the latitude and longitude of the user’s location

Learning Objective:

Understand Routing in a React application, and learn about Dynamic Routing & Setup React Routers. Implement nested routing and use query parameters. Learn to protect routes from unauthenticated access.

 Topics:

  • Routing in a React application
  • Routing with React Router
  • Nested Routes & Parameters
  • Protecting Routes

Hands-on: 

  • Integrate React router in a project that features multiple sections
  • Incorporate nested routing on the /books route so that details of books
  • Protect a route from unauthenticated access

Learning Objective:

Learn to optimize your production bundle by implementing code splitting using dynamic imports & the Suspense API. Learn to implement code splitting, lazy loading & suspense when working with React Router. 

Topic

  • Code splitting & Suspense
  • Route Based Code Splitting & Lazy Loading 

Hands-on: 

  • Implement React.lazy and Suspense to load two components when needed 
  • Implement React.lazy and Suspense when working with React Router

Learning Objective:

Understand the need for server side rendered apps. Learn to setup a Node.js (Express) server for rendering React apps on the server. Build a toolchain using Webpack and Babel to compile React code on the server & for the client. 

Topics 

  • Server Side Rendering
  • SSR with React - Setup & Server
  • SSR with React - The Toolchain 

Learning Objective:

Understand the need for a dedicated state management solution and discover Redux. Take your first steps with Redux as you install, setup and connect it to a React application. Learn to build action creators and add mutation logic in the reducer for the Catalog component.

Next, learn to use the connect () higher order function to interface React components with the store. You will be able to build action creators & complex state mutation logic for the Cart component. Learn to use Redux hooks and implement optimizations for performance. Also learn to implement middleware, async action creators and data persistence.

Topics: 

  • State Management & Redux 
  • Setting up Redux 
  • Actions & Reducer for the Catalog 
  • Using the connect () higher order function 
  • Actions & Reducer for the Cart 
  • Using Redux Hooks 
  • Implementing Middleware & Persistence

Learning Objective:

Understand the role of testing in application development. Learn to use Jest with test-utils from the React-DOM library for writing unit & integration tests. Next, learn to write tests using Jest & the React Testing Library. Finally, learn about React Testing Library, a framework for testing React components.

Topics: 

  • Introduction to Testing
  • Using Jest with Test Utils from React-DOM
  • Using Jest with the React Testing Library
  • Using Jest with Enzyme

Learning Objective:

Discover tools, utilities and community contributed components.

Topic:

  • The React ecosystem

Project

Title: E-Store

Use your skills of react, redux and redux saga to build an e-commerce application that sells electronic products online.

Title: Bookpedia

Use your skills of react, redux and redux saga to build an application that provides details of famous books in multiple genres - a mini project like wikipedia but limited to book details.

Certification Process

React JS Training

React v16.0 has some major updates and changes to the core algorithm. Here is a brief introduction to the changes:

  • New Core Architecture - React 16 is built on Fiber, a new core architecture.
  • Fragments and Strings - Return a string or an array of elements from the component's render method.
  • Error handling - Through Error Boundary.
  • Portals - Allows rendering children in any DOM node regardless of their location.
  • Server-Side Rendering - Completely rewritten server render that supports streaming.
  • Reduces file size - Smaller than 15.6.1.

You should not use React in the following cases:

  • When the team is not the strongest in pure JavaScript.
  • When the team has frontend designers who are familiar with HTML and CSS but not with JSX.

There are several benefits of getting trained on React. Here are the main benefits:

  • ReactJS is simpler to understand because of its well-defined lifecycle, component-based approach, and use of plain JavaScript.
  • Anyone with a basic knowledge of programming can understand React easily.
  • You can use React Native for creating mobile applications.
  • React uses an application architecture called Flux and one-day data binding to control the flow of data through one control point, dispatcher. This makes it easier to debug self-contained components.
  • Testing ReactJS applications is super easy.

Like any other language, you will have to spend a lot of time learning and practicing becoming a React developer. Here is how you can get started:

  • Have a basic knowledge of HTML and JavaScript.
  • Understand the fundamental concepts of React through online tutorials or training programs. You can check out the KnowledgeHut’s training program on ReactJS.
  • Once you are familiar with the basic concepts, you can start working on small web applications that will help you get an in-depth understanding of the subject. Make sure that you focus on the concepts that you have learned along with the best practices.
  • Participate actively in open forums and try to answer as many questions as you can. If you are not able to answer, you can follow the question and try to understand the problem and solution.
  • Today, you can get a lot of code online. Keep practicing and if you are stuck somewhere, you can always google it.
  • Keep practicing as much as you can.

React is a high-powered tool that should be used for specific projects. You can use it in projects that have many components with often changing states, navigation items, dynamic inputs, user login, access permissions, active/disabled buttons, expanded/collapsed accordion sections, etc.

  • Social media app - It should have features like the ability to post text and media files, a live feed, user authentication, and enabling other users to like or comment on the posts.
  • E-commerce app - It doesn’t have to be big. A smaller and more focused Ecommerce app will do the job. It must have a storefront, products, shopping cart, and a checkout process.
  • Entertainment app - Think of the media that interests you and build a simple platform where users can log in and save the content they like. You can also add other social elements such as likes, comments, and shares.

React is one of the most popular frameworks out there for the following reasons:

  • With it, developers can write their apps within JavaScript.
  • Components help developers in breaking down complex UI.
  • Through Props, you can populate components using custom data.
  • The state can be used for storing all the changes in a single section.
  • The usage of virtual DOM makes the app run faster.

It is easy to learn, especially if you are a developer and have some experience in writing code. However, the problem is with the ecosystem around it. Before you write even a single line of code, you need to:

  • Install NodeJS.
  • Create a npn project.
  • Install different libraries that are not related to your project but are needed to enable the usage of JS ‘bling’.
  • Install Babel dependencies for dealing with React and JSX.
  • A compilation step for the non-compiled languages.

Here is the roadmap to learn React:

  • Prerequisites - Basic knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Es6 features, and how to use npm.
  • Read the official documentation by React.
  • Use online code editors for practicing or setting up a development environment.
  • Start building projects like a simple calculator app, to-do app, shopping cart, etc.
  • Learn about React Router that helps in creating routes to the single-page applications.
  • Go for projects like a Hacker News clone or a simple CRUD application.
  • Learn more about Webpack (JavaScript module bundler), Server Rendering (to create components in the server and render as HTML in the browser), and Redux (JavaScript library used to maintain application states).

ReactJS is a JavaScript library that is used in web development for building interactive elements on the website.

Here are some ways beginners can get started with React:

  • Learn React - Enrol in an online course or take help from the internet.
  • Try React - Try online platforms to get a taste of React. You can create a simple HTML page and use React to add some interactivity or you can create a complex React-powered app.
  • Stay informed - Follow the React blog for any updates. Anything important related to deprecation notices or release notes will be first posted here.

ReactJS is the need of the hour and the future as it helps the developer in building highly engaging user interfaces and web applications in less time. React’s benefits of being advanced, robust, non-risky, user-friendly, and responsible far exceed its disadvantages. Developers are beginning to understand React’s relevance and are promoting its learning.

React.js is the one responsible for everything that is happening on the server-side. It mainly influences front-end development.

The main reason why React is faster is because of its virtual DOM that renders everything in JavaScript and changes the things that are changed in actual DOM. Another feature that makes React faster is the keys in Arrays through which React allows fast array changes in elements.

React Native is an entire platform that allows building native, cross-platform mobile applications while React.js is a JavaScript library used to construct a high performing UI layer.

To choose the best React training institute, you need to look at their course structure. Also, be mindful of the hands-on assignments and supplements. Lastly, check the price. If it's out of your budget, move on to the next option.

Here are the top five companies using React:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Netflix
  • Tesla

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Graphic user interfaces have changed the way businesses and individuals use computers. And among the frameworks that are dominating the graphic user interface build space is React. Developed in the labs of Facebook, React is among the most important skills you need to have if you are planning on developing a career as a front end developer. While average salaries are in the range of $112,125 per year, experienced React developers can earn up to $190,613Annually, as per data from Neuvoo. This is the right time to get into the React space and KnowledgeHut will help you gain a stronghold in the framework through this hands-on and thorough course.

    You will:

  • Get basic knowledge on ES6
  • Be proficient with React & redux features
By the end of the course, you will have:

  • Completed several hands-on examples and build a portfolio of projects which will give you basic to intermediate skills of React.

Participants will benefit if they have basic HTML & CSS3 knowledge along with intermediate JavaScript skills.

Yes, KnowledgeHut offers this training online.

On successful completion of the course you will receive a course completion certificate issued by KnowledgeHut.

Your instructors are Web development experts who have years of industry experience.

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