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Build Advanced Components with React Hooks

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The new React Hooks API allows using different patterns in a simple, direct, and functional way.

In this course, you will find a step-by-step guide to build a complex component using different design patterns implemented with the Hooks API.

We will start with a simple component <Wizard> that uses the useState hook and in each lesson, we will be improving the implementation by using different strategies.

In the last lessons, we will have a full Wizard component with a flexible API to allow the user to manage the component based on their requirements and You will have learned the use of useState, useReducer, useContext, useEffect and useCallback along with some popular design patterns to build React applications.

You will be able to find the code and notes for each lesson in the GitHub repository.

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A Community Resource means that it’s free to access for all. The instructor of this lesson requested it to be open to the public.

What you'll learn:

  • Manage React component state with useState
  • Share values throughout an application with Context
  • Build a React compound component
  • Render multiple pages in a Wizard form
  • Handle complex state updates with useReducer

Course Content

26m • 7 lessons

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