ReactJS Online Training
This intermediate React Fundamentals training prepares learners to create applications in ReactJS with excellent UIs and that can respond to data without refreshing the page.
For those who don't know ReactJS, it's a user interface framework developed by Facebook which they released as an open source product. It creates UIs particularly well, but it's also gained popularity as a versatile view library that allows designers to build their own frameworks however they want to.
With this React Fundamentals training, you'll learn how to read and write ReactJS. You'll see how easy it is to build web applications with solid UIs that are uniquely capable of taking in new data without needing a refresh.
For anyone who manages network designers, this React training can be used to onboard new network designers, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a React reference resource.
React Fundamentals: What You Need to Know
- Dynamically creating elements and giving them styles
- Understanding React components and how to pass them data
- Extending CSS with modules in ReactJS
- Choosing between stateful and stateless components
Who Should Take React Fundamentals Training?
This React Fundamentals training is considered foundational-level React training, which means it was designed for someone with no React experience at all.
React training. ReactJS is a tool for building the interfaces users interact with as they use your product. If you're a non-technical professional working alongside developers, this course can illustrate what exactly a framework is, how React differs from other programming languages, and how to navigate the frameworks your devs create. This course will make you more comfortable with contributing to conversations about the interface and its development.
New or aspiring devs. If you're just starting off in your career as a network designer, you might have heard a lot of bad things about ReactJS. Trash-talking ReactJS is a popular pastime, but it's not deserved. There aren't many better frameworks for building your own UI components and executing them individually. Take this course to learn what React does best and how to make it a part of your toolbelt.