- create custom React components
- In the training we’ll take a different approach.
- The training modules are connected linearly, providing a smooth path to learn React.
- When you’re done with the training you’ll end up with a fully functional React app.
- React is a UI library, but there is a vast ecosystem of libraries around React to help you creating applications.
ReactNL is a one-day, multi-track ReactJS conference in The Netherlands bringing top speakers, quality food, entertainment and professional training.
@iweinfuld: Ready to switch to #reactjs? Join me with @nikgraf and @thekitze at @reactnlconf
React is a UI library, but there is a vast ecosystem of libraries around React to help you creating applications. When learning React, it’s hard to follow one path with this amount of tutorials and articles teaching different methods and techniques. In this training we’ll take a different approach. The training modules are connected linearly, providing a smooth path to learn React. After the training you will be able to:
You’ll understand what problems React solves and how it works under the hood. After we do the initial setup and explain the tooling, we’ll start with explaining about ES6 and features we use to write React apps. We’re going to learn the ins and outs of:
After we’re sure that you can handle the basics, we’ll move on to including react-router and a state management library. At the end of each chapter we’ll do a lab to verify the knowledge of the attendees. When you’re done with the training you’ll end up with a fully functional React app.
Nik is a UI engineer who passionate about software architecture and UX. He’s a co-creator of several React based open source projects like DraftJS Plugins, Carte Blanche and Belle. He is the co-organizer of the React Vienna meetup and spoke at several conferences like React Europe and currently works on a platform using GraphQL and Relay.
Kitze is a Frontend Web Developer who’s into good UI & UX. Being a Frontend developer for over 7 years he had the chance to work and experiment with a variety of languages and frameworks. Right now he’s in love with writing single page and progressive web apps with ES6, React, Aphrodite, and MobX. He made ok-google.io, which got more than 0.5M users after the launch last month.