React – The Complete Guide (incl Hooks, React Router, Redux)
This course is the most up-to-date, comprehensive and bestselling React course on Udemy!
It was completely updated and re-recorded from the ground up – it teaches the very latest version of React with all the core, modern features you need to know!
This course also comes with two paths which you can take: The “complete” path (full >40h course) and the “summary” path (~4h summary module) – you can choose the path that best fits your time requirements! 🙂
This course teaches you React in-depth, from the ground up, step by step by diving into all the core basics, exploring tons of examples and also introducing you to advanced concepts as well.
You’ll get all the theory, tons of examples and demos, assignments and exercises and tons of important knowledge that is skipped by most other resources – after all, there is a reason why this course is that huge! 🙂
And in case you don’t even know why you would want to learn React and you’re just here because of some ad or “the algorithm” – no worries: ReactJS is a key technology as a web developer and in this course I will also explain WHY it’s that important!
Welcome to “React – The Complete Guide”!
This course will teach you React.js in a practice-oriented way, using all the latest patterns and best practices you need. You will learn all the key fundamentals as well as advanced concepts and related topics to turn you into a React.js developer.
This is a huge course because it really covers EVERYTHING you need to know and learn to become a React.js developer!
No matter if you know nothing about React or if you already got some basic React knowledge (not required but also not a problem), you will get tons of useful information and knowledge out of this course!
My goal with this course is to ensure that you feel confident working with React, so that you can apply for React jobs, use it in your own projects or simply enhance your portfolio as a developer – whatever your goal is: This course gets you there!
I originally created this course in 2017 and I have kept it updated since that – redoing it from the ground up in 2021. And of course I’m dedicated to keeping this course up-to-date – so that you can rely on this course to learn React in the best possible way!
What’s in this course?
A thorough introduction to React.js (What is it and why would you use it?)
All the core basics: How React works, building components with React & building UIs with React
Components, props & dynamic data binding
Working with user events and state to create interactive applications
A (thorough) look behind the scenes to understand how React works under the hood
Detailed explanations on how to work with lists and conditional content
React Hooks (in-depth)!
Working with built-in Hooks and building custom Hooks
How to debug React apps
Styling React apps with “Styled Components” and “CSS Modules”
Working with “Fragments” & “Portals”
Dealing with side effects
Class-based components and functional components
Sending Http requests & handling transitional states + responses
Handling forms and user input (incl. validation)
Redux & Redux Toolkit
Routing with React Router
An in-depth introduction into Next.js
Deploying React Apps
Combining React with TypeScript
Tons of examples and demo projects so that you can apply all the things you learned in real projects
And so much more – check out the full curriculum on this page!
This really is the “Complete Guide” – promised!
And best of all?
You don’t need any prior React knowledge!
Check out the full curriculum, the free preview videos and join the course risk-free thanks to the 30-day money-back guarantee!
Learning alone is absolutely fine but finding learning partners might be a nice thing, too. Our learning community is a great place to learn and grow together - of course it's 100% free and optional!
Let me introduce you to this module and to what you're going to learn in it.
One important next-gen feature you're going to see a lot is the usage of "const" and "let" instead of "var". What's up with these keywords? This lecture answers the question.
Arrow functions are another key next-gen feature we'll heavily use in this course. Let's dive into how to write them and how to use them in this lecture.
We'll write modular code in this course. That means, that the code will be split up across multiple files. In order to connect these files correctly, we'll need imports and exports. So let's dive into that feature in this lecture.
The "class" keyword is another new feature you'll see quite a bit in this course. Learn what it's about in this lecture.
Classes may have properties and methods. There actually are different ways of defining these. Let's dive into the details in this lecture.
React also makes heavy usage of the "Spread" operator. Or React projects do, to be precise. Learn more about that new operator in this lecture.
Not next-gen but super important: Knowing the difference between reference and primitive types. This lecture will explore both.
We'll use a lot of array functions in this course. They're not next-gen but you need to feel confident working with them. So let's explore them in this lecture.
Let me wrap this module up and summarize what we learned thus far.
Have a look at this lecture to get a good overview over the various next-gen JS features you'll encounter in this course.
React Basics & Working With Components
In this course module, you learned about key React features which you must know for every React app you're going to build! Hence it's time to check what you learned and verify that we're all on the same page!