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React + Redux - The beginner guide. (2023 edition)

React + Redux - The beginner guide. (2023 edition)

Discover React, Redux Toolkit, Hooks, React router, Form validations, NPM, Deployment, and much more

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What you'll learn

  • Build blazing fast single page app with React 18
  • How to create reusable components to build a scalable app
  • Understand the ecosystem and all the tools that comes with React like, NPM, Redux, ES6, React router...
*2023 Edition*  - React last version / Redux last version

About this course

You heard about it. Born from a collaboration between Instagram and Facebook : React

React is a Javascript library used to create web interfaces. It's extremely powerfull, performant and modular.

And since it's out, everybody is talking about it , it is used by Facebook, Netflix, Yahoo ,AirBnB and many others !

React is the web technology you must know, it is the most popular javascript library used at the moment to create web app. There is a lot of market demand for it; that is why It's an extremely valuable asset to add to your developper tool belt.

This courses teaches the very basis of React and Redux with all the modern features you want and need to know.

"React + Redux  - The guide (2023 Edition)" aim to make you fluent with React and Redux as fast as possible.

We will discover all the basics and the core concepts of React and Redux. We will mostly use practice to do that, since, to me, it is the most efficient way to learn.

In this course we will start from the very basis and we will build together several apps using React but also Redux.

If you never heard about Redux, just keep in mind that it is used in 90% of professional React projects to manage the data of you app. That is why it's a very important library to know when learning React. They are very often combined.

We will apply everything you'll learn in these videos through real example and real web apps.

Also, for each video you will watch, there will be a correction available, to make it easier for you to follow.

Finally these courses are specifically designed to be accessible and easy to understand, with a lot of schema and examples, so, you don't need to be an algorithm killer or 15 years of experience developper to understand it. It's made for all.

I will explain what I know assuming that you don't now React nor Redux at all.