15 - 16
Often, “easy” can mean the opposite of simple. Easy is “quick to do”, where simple is “quick to understand”.
In this course you will learn how to build production quality React applications. We will strive to keep things as simple as possible, with minimal dependencies. Instead of typing
npm install, we will build our own simple solutions first, to get a solid understanding of the problems that we are solving through libraries. We will build our tools in a functional style, and write appropriate unit tests to verify that they work as expected.
If you are brand new to React, you’ll want to read the documentation and watch our free React Fundamentals course.
Some code would be simpler to maintain by not using pipe, not easy to read.
I like the way he explains everything, nonetheless, it would be really great to update the course to he new react versions
I took this course as a refresher, but I learned new things too! I didn't know about the default behavior of Array.prototype.reduce, and I had been specifying a starting value every time I used it.
Since this course was released, React's Context API has changed. I think it'd be a cool "exercise" to migrate over to the new Context API.
Good material of basic React stuff.
I liked the way Andy explains all the code and techniques. The most amazing part was that he build a router from scratch!
Great job Andy for building up logically and showing how react might be working internally as opposed to doing a walkthrough of libraries built on top of react and external helper utilities.
Become familiar with the Workers CLI
wrangler that we will use to bootstrap our Worker project. From there you'll understand how a Worker receives and returns requests/Responses. We will also build this serverless function locally for development and deploy it to a custom domain.
This is a practical project based look at building a working e-commerce store using modern tools and APIs. Excellent for a weekend side-project for your developer project portfolio
git is a critical component in the modern web developers tool box. This course is a solid introduction and goes beyond the basics with some more advanced git commands you are sure to find useful.