Building Responsive User Interfaces by Composing Primitive React Components

InstructorArtem Sapegin

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In this lesson we’ll improve our login page by making it responsive. We’ll continue using the primitive components, we’ve created in the previous lessons. We’ll create a complete layout without writing any custom styles, just by composing primitive components: Box, Flex, Grid, Stack, Text, Heading, Link, Button, and Input.

We’ll split the screen into two sections horizontally: one with the form, and another with some useful information about the app. We’ll change the layout to single-column on mobile devices, and hide one of the columns.

Checkout this lesson’s Git repository for all the components we’re going to use.