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Learn modern React by building a TODO web app with backend

22 Apr 2022, 11:06
Learn modern React by building a TODO web app with backend
Published 04/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 34 lectures (8h 22m) | Size: 6.1 GB

And 8 part live taught course by a world renown software instructor
What you'll learn
Learn the fundamentals of the React library including useEffect, useState Hooks
Build a fully functional TODO web app with a React front-end
Integrate the React app with a back-end using Java, Spring and MySQL
Achieve a strong understanding of how React is used in modern web development
Existing programming experience in an OOP language is recommended, Java is preferred.
In this course you will learn all the most important aspects of creating web apps using React from this live 8 part lecture series.
In this course we will build a ToDo web application from scratch and learn how modern React can be used to make our lives easier on the front-end.
You will also be taught how to integrate a React app with a back-end (specifically a Java + Spring Boot stack) and how to pass data back and forth between to the layers.
The beauty of the React library is that there's actually not a lot that needs to be learned in terms of syntax and APIs, much of the usefulness that React provides can be learned within a few hours in this course. The rest of the functionality that will be needed can be included as part of dependencies that you add via the Node Package Manager.
To be most successful with this course
Prior Java knowledge is preferred but not required as most of the lectures will focus on the React library.
Prior vanilla jаvascript knowledge will be an asset.
If you are brand new to programming, I wouldn't recommend this particular just yet, as we do move fairly quickly.
Who this course is for
Students who already have an understanding of the back-end and wish to extend their knowledge into a popular front-end framework/library.

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