Top ReactJs Online Learning Courses

Top #ReactJs Online Learning Courses

  • ReactJS is a JavaScript library that has become very popular for its performance and its flexibility.
  • If you are looking to create an app that renders a lot of dynamic data quickly and also performs well on mobile, then you must  learn ReactJS.
  • Look at some best online courses that i found for learning below:

    React JS and Redux – Mastering Web Apps – This course will help you to build the React JS & Redux apps that you want.

  • Instructor: David Katz

    Course Length: 4.5 hours

    Number of Lectures: 77

    Number of Students: > 18,000

    Rating: 4.5 stars (out of five)

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Array Methods Explained : Filter vs Map vs Reduce vs Foreach

  • we all know why this method is used for and even you don’t know about this method the name pretty much explains everything.Foreach takes a callback function and run that callback function on each element of array one by one.var sample = [1, 2, 3];// es5sample.forEach(function (elem, index){ console.log(elem + ‘ comes at ‘ + index);})// es6sample.forEach((elem, index) = `${elem} comes at ${index}`)/*output1 comes at 02 comes at 13 comes at 2*/For every element on the array we are calling a callback which gets element its index provided by foreach.Basically forEach works as a traditional for loop looping over the array and providing you array elements to do operations on them.okay!
  • If the value is true element remains in the resulting array but if the return value is false the element will be removed for the resulting array.var sample = [1, 2, 3] // yeah same array// es5var result = sample.filter(function(elem){ return elem !
  • As a ReactJS developer I use map a lot inside my application UI.Map like filter foreach takes a callback and run it against every element on the array but whats makes it unique is it generate a new array based on your existing array.Let’s understand map with an examplevar sample = [1, 2, 3] // i am never gonna change Boo!
  • Yeah// es5var mapped = sample.map(function(elem) { return elem * 10;})// es6let mapped = sample.map(elem = elem * 10)console.log(mapped);/* output */[10, 20, 30]Map ran through every element of the array, multiplied it to 10 and returned the element which will be going to store inside our resulting array.Like filter, map also returns an array.
  • ReduceAs the name already suggest reduce method of the array object is used to reduce the array to one single value.For example if you have to add all the elements of an array you can do something like this.var sample = [1, 2, 3] // here we meet again// es5var sum = sample.reduce(function(sum, elem){ return sum + elem;})// es6var sum = sample.reduce((sum, elem) = sum + elem)console.log(sum)reduce takes a callback ( like every function we talked about ).

Okay so yeah we know they are different they have different purpose and goals still we don’t bother to understand them. We use arrays. A lot of arrays. We use arrays to show search lists, items added…
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Why props are your friend!

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🍻 #ReactJS #JavaScript

  • The way this works is that when the user comes to the Home page they are greeted with four images that represent their respective collection.
  • When the user selects one of the four images on the Home page an async method, , is called.
  • This function is responsible for two things:

    When the user gets to the Portfolio page they are greeted with a Carousel displaying the images.

  • The Porfolio component is connected to the Redux store so it has access to the app state in our case we want .
  • Below you an see what looks like on a user’s selection:

    The Redux store doesn’t have that information avaliable in state.

This the first time I’ve ever done a blog post, I guess this is a blog post. I wanted to share this because I’m pretty impressed with my use of props &.
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React Native: Build Your Own Mobile Apps Coupon Save 50 %

React Native: Build Your Own Mobile Apps
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  • The discussions about the concepts of React Native will be supplemented by you building three great example applications .
  • So you should take this course if you would love to learn how to make mobile applications quickly and effectively.
  • Overall, it should take around 4 hours to complete.
  • If you’re looking for a thorough exploration of es6 or javascript syntax, this course may be too advanced for you though.
  • Stay in tune for an upcoming course on **es6 **and React js though, where I will help you learn all of the basics of new javascript syntax and the awesome web development React framework!

Coupon 100 10 15 75 Use the Native framework of React JS – React Native – to create the iOS and Android applications of your dreams.
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SB Admin React – Medium

SB Admin React - a port of the famous Free Admin Bootstrap Theme to #ReactJS Theme

  • We have included Flot Chart and Morrisjs Chart.
  • We are excited to announce our most recent open source React.js theme, SB Admin React on startreact.com which includes both Full and Seed (Boilerplate) version.
  • Isomorphic application is one whose code can run on both (server and client).
  • Uses React bootstrap library for implementing responsive components.
  • Recharts library for easy implementation of Flot Charts and Morris.js .

We are excited to announce our most recent open source React.js theme, SB Admin React on startreact.com which includes both Full and Seed…
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Functional Programming Basics in ES6 (JavaScript)

Functional Programming Basics in ES6 (JavaScript) #ReactJS
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  • #javascript #nodejsdev #website development #web application development #web development #nodejsfan #node.js tutorials #nodejs tutorial #node tutorial #node.js tutorial #appmodule #ngmodule #decorator #component #quickstart #cli #getting started #final #tutorial #angular 2 #angular2 #ep 2 #TGODtutorials #Episode 2 #How to code a website with emmet #How to code HTML in Sublime Text #emmet tutorial #how to use emmet shortcodes #emmet demonstration #How to code a website for free #How to code a website for YouTUbe #beginners #HTML coding tutorial for business #Web Development for beginners #HTML coding tutorial for YouTube #HTML for Beginners #HTML tutorial for beginners #How to code HTML for Beginners #asp.net #.net framework #visual studio #Visual Studio 15 #Visual Studio
  • Functional programming can solve many problems more elegantly than imperative programming.
  • With all the hubbub over functional programming in JavaScript, you might be confused what it’s all about.

With all the hubbub over functional programming in JavaScript, you might be confused what it’s all about. Functional programming can solve many problems more elegantly than imperative programming. In this presentation, explore functional programming’s mathematical roots and then learn to use ES6 (JavaScript) to dive into important concepts such as recursion, immutability, and currying. Functional programming will reveal itself to be an important tool in the programmer’s bag for enforcing modularity and readability, making code more understandable and easier to test.
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ReactNL conference 2016

  • 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.
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React Native: Build Your Own Mobile Apps

React Native: Build Your Own Mobile Apps
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  • The discussions about the concepts of React Native will be supplemented by you building three great example applications .
  • So you should take this course if you would love to learn how to make mobile applications quickly and effectively.
  • Please keep in mind that this course is meant to show you as much React Native code as possible.
  • Overall, it should take around 4 hours to complete.
  • If you’re looking for a thorough exploration of es6 or javascript syntax, this course may be too advanced for you though.

React Native Tutorial: Learn to create the iOS and Android applications of your dreams.
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Building a pokedex with React.js and ES6

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  • In the next step, lets level up by using a public JSON API and learn how to build a miniature Pokedex.
  • In this live-coding deep dive session lets explore React with ES6 and build a crisp Pokedex using the PokeApi!!
  • Let’s start with the basics of a React component works and how to build one with ES6.
  • Setting up web pack, label for the project React Basics – Component LifeCycle, State, Props and Context Using a JSON API to serve data to the components Routing with React
  • Quick Introduction to ES6, Babel and Webpack Introduction to React & the Component Life Cycle Building a React Component Introduction to the Pokeapi Integrating Pokeapi into our app Wrapping up

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@eggheadcreative: “Are you interested in learning @reactjs?
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In this live­coding deep dive session lets explore React with ES6 and build a crisp Pokedex using the PokeApi!! Let's start with the basics of a React


Building a pokedex with React.js and ES6

NativeBase v0.5.0 — More components added — NativeBase.io Blog

  • Also we have used NativeBase components in our products Native Starter Pro , React Native E-Commerce , React Native Flat App Theme .
  • We are actively working on NativeBase with huge list of components to add in coming days.
  • An open source framework that enables developers to build high quality mobile apps using React Native for iOS and Android apps with the fusion of ES6.
  • Platform separation from header- The header component in NativeBase for iOS and Android comes with the same code but looks different on iOS and Android.
  • Listview integrated with List Item- List Item component can now display both static as well as dynamic data.

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@StrapUI: “Use @NativeBase #componenets for #timesaving #Android #iOS #development at #reactjs #reactnative #javascript #coding”


NativeBase launched just few months ago and has already received more than 1300+ stars on Github. Day-by-day it’s becoming the defacto for…


NativeBase v0.5.0 — More components added — NativeBase.io Blog