What you’ll learn
Build reusable web components with React & flux
Build simple Node & Express servers to work with React
Use Flux & Reflux to manage your data in React
Make HTTP requests in React & Flux
Build React websites that can work with data (ie for startups or products)
React & Flux Course Description
Welcome to React and Flux Web Development for Beginners.
This course is designed for developers who know basic HTML and CSS but who want to take their skills to the next level by building data-driven web apps – the kind of apps that can be used for products or startups and the type of apps that can interact with servers.
The course is also for developers of any level who want to know and master React and Flux.
Why should you learn React js instead of Angular or Backbone or Ember or Meteor? One reason is because React is incredibly minimalistic. It focuses on reusable view components. Never have to copy and paste code again with React. Then take the Reflux design architecture and mix it with React js and you have a full-stack front-end solution that is very lightweight. Frameworks like Angular do a LOT of things, are very heavyweight, and have steep learning curves. Why use a framework that gives you stuff you don’t need in every project?
React was created by Facebook, designed incredibly well, and makes fantastic data-driven websites. React Flux is a powerful combination.
React & Flux Course Content
You are going to learn a lot in this course. Here are some of the topics we cover:
- React Components and component nesting
- React Component user interaction with states
- React Component data management with props
- Robust architectures with Flux and Reflux
- Building simple Node & Express servers
- Making HTTP requests and managing data in React
- Parsing and managing JSON in React
- Single page applications with React Router
- Professional development practices and tips
Who this course is for:
- If you have no HTML or CSS experience you should learn those first before taking this React course
- If you want to move away from jQuery then take this React course
- React Course Overview
- Intro to React
- Moving Forward With React
- HTTP Requests, React Flux & Reflux
- Putting Theory Into Practice – A Better React Developer