Advanced React and Redux

  • This is the tutorial you’ve been looking for to take your React and Redux skills to the next level.
  • This course wastes no time diving right into interesting topics, and teaches you the core knowledge you need to deeply understand and build React components and structure applications with Redux.
  • Mastering React and Redux can get you a position in web development or help you build that personal project you’ve been dreaming of.
  • There are dozens of great tutorials online for React and Redux, but none of them teach the challenging, core features of these two fantastic libraries.
  • I have built the course that I would have wanted to take when I was learning React and Redux.

Detailed walkthroughs on advanced React and Redux concepts – Authentication, Testing, Middlewares, HOC’s, and Deployment
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Modern React with Redux

  • Course Last Updated 4/24/17 for React Router v4 and Redux Form v6!
  • Mastering React and Redux can get you a position in web development or help you build that personal project you’ve been dreaming of.
  • This course will get you up and running quickly, and teach you the core knowledge you need to deeply understand and build React components and structure applications with Redux.
  • If you are new to React and Redux, or if you’ve been working to learn it but sometimes feel like you still don’t quite ‘get it’, this is the React course for you!
  • I’ve built the course that I would have wanted to take when I was learning React and Redux.

Master the fundamentals of React and Redux with this tutorial as you develop apps supported by NPM, Webpack, and ES6
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Advanced React and Redux

  • This is the tutorial you’ve been looking for to take your React and Redux skills to the next level.
  • This course wastes no time diving right into interesting topics, and teaches you the core knowledge you need to deeply understand and build React components and structure applications with Redux.
  • Mastering React and Redux can get you a position in web development or help you build that personal project you’ve been dreaming of.
  • There are dozens of great tutorials online for React and Redux, but none of them teach the challenging, core features of these two fantastic libraries.
  • I have built the course that I would have wanted to take when I was learning React and Redux.

Detailed walkthroughs on advanced React and Redux concepts – Authentication, Testing, Middlewares, HOC’s, and Deployment
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Build Entire ReactJS and Redux Applications from Scratch

  • Build Entire ReactJS and Redux Applications from ScratchFull ViewBuild the React JS and Redux apps of your dreams!
  • Learn JavaScript, ES6, APIs, and Full Web App Development in ReactJS!You will become an in-demand software engineer by taking this course by David Katz on React JS and Redux.
  • Second, create your first Redux application to learn how to pair this elegant and complex framework with React.
  • So if you’re new to web development, but have some coding experience you should be fine.It’s really most suited for those who have tried creating React applications in the past, and now want to master redux.
  • If you want to know more details about this course-(View here )This course teaches you:Build entire ReactJS and Redux applications from scratch.Develop apps that deal with APIs and web requests.Understand how to develop Redux apps with actions, reducers, and the Redux store.Create Web Apps that use advanced redux mechanics like asynchronous actions and redux middleware.Use ES6 and advanced JavaScript techniques to more efficiently code.Use animations to create compelling User Interfaces and Experiences.Add external libraries to React projects like react-bootstrap, react-router-dom, and more.Build multi-page applications with dynamic routes and links.

Build the React JS and Redux apps of your dreams! Learn JavaScript, ES6, APIs, and Full Web App Development in ReactJS! You will become an in-demand software engineer by taking this course by David…
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Master React JS and Redux- Build 4 Projects – Neil Thomas – Medium

  • Master React JS and Redux- Build 4 ProjectsView Full DetailsLearn to create the React JS Redux apps you always wanted, build 4 projects, discover development tricks, and master React!Become a highly-demanded software engineer by following this course by David Katz on React JS and Redux.
  • As one of the most highly-paid skills for web developers, learning React will open doors and jobs for you.This project-based course will have you coding right away.
  • Building four carefully thought-out example applications in this course will sharpen your skills in modern web development.First, learn the principles of React JS by building two applications.
  • Some JavaScript experience will help, but this course makes sure to explain every new concept thoroughly.You will learn from this course:Develop entire React JS and Redux applications from scratch.Build applications that deal with APIs and web requests.Discuss ES6 and advanced JavaScript.Create web apps with full authentication, and real-time database.This course is best for :The perfect student knows some JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, but hopes to learn a new web development framework to significantly boost their skills.All levels welcome.
  • However this won’t introduce coding from the ground up, so this might feel fast-paced for completely new students.Experienced developers and engineers will find this course perfect for brushing up on web development.More details about this course- View here

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Some tips for getting started with React – DailyJS – Medium

Some tips for getting started with #React – DailyJS – Medium  #ReactJs

  • I initially spent an equal amount of time looking at Angular, Aurelia, React and Vue… but eventually settled on React.This isn’t to say that I think that React is “better” just that it was the best fit for my specific requirements.I’m a great believer in using the right tool for the job, you may have the best hammer in the world — but you shouldn’t try to use it to screw something together.React is a mature library so many best practices have been established, however I found that I didn’t fall into them immediately and had to learn them the hard way.If you’re a newcomer to React (and bear in mind that I’m no expert) you may find this advice useful…Start with “create-react-app”When I started out in the world of Node.js / npm based development I began by building a development environment from scratch.Whilst this was a valuable learning exercise I later found that not only did the “create-react-app” project provide a great starting point but the awesome comments throughout the “react-scripts” project (that you can browse in your node_modules folder or gain access to through ejecting) were incredibly informative.You might find that you don’t keep using it in the long term, but as a playground for getting up and running with React to learn it I don’t think it can be beaten.Keep reading the Official DocumentationThere are loads of great articles, tutorials and blogs out there but I’ve found myself repeatedly going back to the official docs.
  • Fortunately the error messages in React are exceptionally good and lead me straight back to the right page in the documentation that explained and solved the problem.Set state with a function, not an objectI’ve seen this recently in blogs and tweets.
  • Although it’s not caused me any problems I’m learning my lesson from the previous example and will update my code now to avoid issues in the future.Pick the right editorI’d been a Sublime Text user for years and still absolutely love it.
  • I still use Sublime Text for other JavaScript projects (just as I use Eclipse for Java projects) but Visual Studio works for me… as I wrote earlier, always pick the right tool for the job.Learn the Life CycleI’ve found that when creating React components I need to think differently about how to approach problems and that understanding the component life-cycle really helps find the solutions.One really valuable tip I’ve found is to make sure that if a component needs to derive state from props then you need to process those props in both the constructor and componentWillReceiveProps (especially when the component is going to be receiving new properties from its ancestors) as this has caught me out on more than one occasion.I would certainly recommend working through problems more than once (and a good set of unit tests can really help here) as switching my way of thinking from an object-oriented approach to a functional composition approach can be quite challenging at first.
  • I don’t expect them to be revelatory to anyone with a great deal of React experience but it was valuable to me to think about and log what I’ve learned over the past few months.If you have any feedback or suggestions for other good practices then please let me know!

I’ve been developing web applications for many years but until recently was constrained to developing on (and for) a Java stack that had to support old versions of Internet Explorer. This left me…
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Scalable Design: Beyond Responsive Design – Julien Etienne – Medium

Beyond Responsive Design  #webdevelopment #webdesign #javascript #react #css #reactjs

  • I hope you are able to comprehend the impact this has on the way in which we:Design for the web.Implement user interfaces.Fight against content-display limitations.Fight against limitation regarding animations.Work harder to make things look similar-ish on the large variety of browsers and devices we consume today.Why?Despite what some believe, fonts are not static down to better design implementations or because it works better for Responsive Design, I believe the decision is largely due to backwards compatibility, and rightfully so.Yea but what about SVG and the Canvas API?Good point imaginary reader…Unfortunately SVG cannot wrap fonts at the time of this article.Canvas lacks SEO and accessibility.WebGL in many cases can be overkill and lacks SEO and accessibility.With all that said, all three technologies are way under utilise in modern web development.
  • At some point we need to realise that we can do more with less complications.I don’t get it(huff) If font-size can scale proportionately to the width of the viewport consistently across all modern browsers IE9+ without breaking zoom accessibility, design constraints will be significantly reduced.But you still need media queries?Yes but you’re not getting it, it’s more predictable this way.
  • Less than 2.5kb gzipped, ES, CJS and UMD and only has the features it needs.BTW, I have to give thanks to Browserstack for providing cross-browser support.Now let me tell you what it does…MIMETIC scales relative font units to the viewport, without breaking the browser’s zoom and it detects the zoom level for all browsers IE9+.
  • That’s it!You can improve accessibility on zoom or even let the user know they are viewing the browser in zoom.It’ supports:IE9+Safari 6.2+Every other modern browser, tablet, mobile etc.When you use MIMETIC, the rules change.
  • You have to worry less about container widths and CSS caveats and more about proportions, more like a print designer.How?There are a few things I discovered to make this library possible:Changing the root font-size only and only relying on relative units.Calculating and normalising the devicePixelRatio from the user’s client device widths even when the DPR it’s not available or not behaving as expected.Differentiating between the window resize and zoom by knowing if the devicePixelRatio changed last or not.Calculating the defautDevicePixelRatio.Fire on orientation change.IE logicalXDPI deviceXDPI values.Keep it simple: Option to use viewport units for mobile (Doesn’t break zoom on mobile)False hopeThe scariest discovery is that there was nothing stopping a viable solution being made several years ago, all the way since IE6.

Responsive Design has been a great breakthrough for modern web development. But I couldn’t help but notice that something is lacking in our expectations regarding the aesthetics of web user…
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