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Build a React App with the Hooks API

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Andy Van Slaars
1h 41m
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In this collection, we build a minimal flashcard application using React, primarily focusing on function components and the hooks API. To make sure we can understand and maintain existing code, there are also a few lessons toward the end that use class components so you can get familiar with the syntax. We cover important React concepts, and sprinkle in libraries that are pretty standard in the ecosystem like @reach/router, Jest, and React testing library. We start with create-react-app so we can get right into it without worrying about configuring tooling. There's a separate course for that here

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    What would make this course a 7 for you?

    It is a very good starting point for people who already have some hands-on experience with react. It is definitely not a beginner course, which I didn't know until I started the course. Apart from that, I dont think there is any other issue with the course, the instructor explained the concepts very well and I actually am getting the hang of react now. Thanks a lot!

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1h 41m • 24 lessons

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