4 Weekends React JS Training course is being delivered from November 21, 2020 - December 13, 2020 US Pacific Time.About this Event
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4 Weekends React JS Training course is being delivered from November 21, 2020 - December 13, 2020 US Pacific Time for 16 hours over 4 weekends, 8 sessions, 2 sessions per weekend, 2 hours per session.
4 Weekends React JS Training Schedule
- All Published Ticket Prices are in US Dollars
- The course will be taught in English language
Features and Benefits
- November 21, 2020 - December 13, 2020 US Pacific time
- 4 Weekends | 2 hours on Saturdays, 2 hours on Sundays every weekend US Pacific time
- 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM US Pacific time each of those days
- Please click here to add your location and check your local date and time for first session to be held on November 21, 2020 at 7:30 AM US Pacific Time.
- 4 weekends, 8 sessions, 16 hours of total Instructor-led and guided training
- Training material, instructor handouts and access to useful resources on the cloud provided
- Practical Hands-on Lab exercises provided
- Real-life Scenarios
- To provide awareness about ReactJS with latest trends.
- To create smaller components to build Interactive User interfaces.
- To learn everything about ReactJS - Practical Hands-on knowledge.
- Creating classes
- Creating private/public/global fields
- Creating private/public/global functions
- Introduction to React
- Original DOM vs Virtual DOM
- React Components
- React Components with JSX
- React Components with ES6
- Props and state
- Basics of Node and Installation.
- Introduction to Npm
- Adding and removing modules
4. React with Node
- Creating an application using Create React App.
- Life Cycle
- Default values
- SetState in depth
- Creating Forms
- Creating Table
- Handling Events
- Applying Filters
- JSX in depth
- Applying Styles
- Backend calls
- Stateful Components
- Stateless Components
- Local Storage
- Routing -Basic Routing and Passing Params, Hyperlinks
- Master Pages
- Creating Reusable Components
- React.Component vs React.pure Component
- Composition vs Inheritance
- Code Reusability and Optimization
5. Integration of 3rd party Modules
- Google Maps
- Bootstrap Controls
- Material UI
- Toast Messages for notifications
- Other Debugging Options
- Developer Tools
- Current Applications developed in React
- Future of React.
- Introduction to Starter Kits
- Integration with other libraries