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Build a "Name Picker" app - Intro to React, Hooks & Context API

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In this beginner friendly series on React, we'll start a new project from scratch with Create React App, and step by step, build a functional and relatively useful React app that lets you find inspiration on "baby names", with search and shortlisting functionality.

Through the lessons, we'll cover an introduction to JSX, approach concepts like props, state, React hooks, "thinking in components", and embrace a progressive refactoring mindset.

Once the app is complete, we'll look at how to reduce prop drilling with the use of the Context API, and we'll even create our own custom React hook!

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    What did you like about this course?

    Nice quick and clear explanations.

    gnadenthal
    6 months ago
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    Excellent course! Super clear and very informative for someone who is not very accustomed to hooks and context api. Looking forward to more from Simon.

    Mouzayan
    2 years ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Quick and well explained course to use mostly as a refresher than a proper way to study React. Really nice to follow it step by step and apply the refactoring adviced from the instructor.

    Andrea Barghigiani
    2 years ago

Course Content

34m • 17 lessons

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