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Style the body element with styled-components and "injectGlobal"

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Compose multiple 3D Objects to one Component in React VR

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Capture user interaction with React VR

Add lighting using light components in React VR

Animate text, images, views and 3D elements using the Animated library in React VR

Structure 2D Content like Images and Text using the View component in React VR

Add shapes using 3D Primitives in React VR

Build 3D panorama scenes using the Pano component in React VR

Writing text using the Text component in React VR

Start a Virtual Reality project using the React VR CLI

Create component variations in React with styled-components and "extend"

Animate your user interface in React with styled-components and "keyframes"

Filter State Data in Redux with a Selector Function and React Router

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Configure a React & Redux Application For Production Deployment and Deploy to Now

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Delete Existing Records on The Server with Redux Thunk and Fetch

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Dispatch Asynchronous Actions with Redux Thunk Middleware

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Add React Router to a Redux Application

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Update Existing Records on The Server with Redux Thunk and Fetch

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Respond to a Single Redux Action in Multiple Reducers

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Use Multiple Reducers in Redux with combineReducers

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Configure and Use Redux Dev Tools

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Create a React Component to Display Status Messages

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Save New Records on The Server with Redux Thunk and Fetch

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Use mapDispatchToProps Shorthand Syntax in Redux

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Setup a Mock API Server with the json-server npm module

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Create Redux Dispatch Functions From Action Creators with bindActionCreators

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Connect Redux to Individual React Components For More Efficient Rendering

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Handle Actions in Redux with mapDispatchToProps

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Keep UI and State Synchronized Using Controlled Components in React with Redux

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Create a Redux Store

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Connect Redux to a React Application with react-redux

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Make Dispatching Redux Actions More Reliable With Action Creators

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Render React UI Based on State Changes with Subscribe in Redux

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Refactor JSX in React to Stateless Functional Components

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Create a Redux-Style Reducer Function

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Render in React Based on a Global State Object

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Render a React UI with JSX

Bootstrap a React Application with Yarn & Create React App

Error Handling using Error Boundaries in React 16

Theme your application with styled-components and "ThemeProvider"

Update React Component State Based on External DOM Events

Style the body element with styled-components and "injectGlobal"

Style a React component with styled-components

Use a react-intl Higher Order Component to format messages and get current locale

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Write tests for react-intl output using enzyme and Jest

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Render Content Based on a Number using react-intl FormattedMessage

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Use Webpack to Conditionally Include an Intl Polyfill for Older Browsers

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Format Date and Time Using react-intl FormattedDate and FormattedTime

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react tutorial about Compose multiple 3D Objects to one Component in React VR

Compose multiple 3D Objects to one Component in React VR

2:05 react

One of React’s core concepts is component composition. React VR is no different in that regard. You can take any existing component and wrap it into a new React component. We do so by creating a Tree component out of simpler shapes. A tree trunk and a tree crown.

react tutorial about Render custom 3D objects using the Model component in React VR

Render custom 3D objects using the Model component in React VR

1:56 react

React VR isn’t limited to simple 3D primitives. By using the Model Component we can place complex 3D models into our scene.

In this lesson we import a custom polygon mesh by loading a Wavefront obj file. In addition we test out various options to define the surface area.

react tutorial about Capture user interaction with React VR

Capture user interaction with React VR

4:56 react

Letting the user interact inside a VR scene is a crucial element for an immersive VR experience. In this lesson we walk through the various interaction handlers that come with almost every React VR component and show why the component VrButton is useful and how to use it.

react tutorial about Add lighting using light components in React VR

Add lighting using light components in React VR

3:28 react

In order to illuminate a scene containing 3D object a lightning setup is needed. In this session we will walk through the available lightning components create a common outdoor lightning setup. This includes AmbientLight, which affects all objects in the scene equally and from all directions, DirectionalLight, which illuminates all objects equally from a given direction as well as the PointLight, which spreads outward in all directions from one point and SpotLight, which spreads outwards in form of a cone.

react tutorial about Animate text, images, views and 3D elements using the Animated library in React VR

Animate text, images, views and 3D elements using the Animated library in React VR

8:09 react

Motion is an important aspect of an immersive experience and therefore we are going to look into the animation API Animated. It allows us to express a wide variety of animation patterns to animate text, images and views. In addition we leverage the higher order component createAnimatedComponent to create a rotating box.

react tutorial about Structure 2D Content like Images and Text using the View component in React VR

Structure 2D Content like Images and Text using the View component in React VR

2:37 react

Same as a div in HTML or a View in ReactNative, React VR comes with a container component that supports flexbox layouting. In This session we explore what a View means in a three dimensional context and how to structure two dimensional content like text and images.

react tutorial about Add shapes using 3D Primitives in React VR

Add shapes using 3D Primitives in React VR

4:38 react

React VR ships with a handful of 3d primitives. We import existing primitives like Sphere, Box, Cylinder and Plane and explore how they can be positioned in a three dimensional space.

react tutorial about Build 3D panorama scenes using the Pano component in React VR

Build 3D panorama scenes using the Pano component in React VR

3:48 react

A 360° image can be used to teleport a user to a different place. Alternatively it can be used as a background for a 3D scene. In this session we will use a recorded, as well as a generated image to demonstrate loading a panorama which are equirectangular image or multiple cubemap images.

react tutorial about Writing text using the Text component in React VR

Writing text using the Text component in React VR

2:50 react

To annotate or describe elements in a VR scene we can leverage the built-in Text component. In this example we will place multiple text entries in a scene and explore available styling options.

react tutorial about Start a Virtual Reality project using the React VR CLI

Start a Virtual Reality project using the React VR CLI

1:53 react

We will learn how to set up a React VR project, run the development mode with hot reloading and do our first changes on the out of the box example.

react tutorial about Create component variations in React with styled-components and "extend"

Create component variations in React with styled-components and "extend"

1:09 react

In this lesson, we extend the styles of a base button component to create multiple variations of buttons, using "extend". We can then modify the base styles in one place, and have all button types updated.

react tutorial about Animate your user interface in React with styled-components and "keyframes"

Animate your user interface in React with styled-components and "keyframes"

1:15 react

In this lesson, we learn how to handle CSS keyframe animations in styled-components, via the 'keyframes' helper.

react tutorial about Filter State Data in Redux with a Selector Function and React Router

Filter State Data in Redux with a Selector Function and React Router

4:22 react PRO

In this lesson, we’ll wire up React Router to pass a url based filter parameter into our component and create a selector function to filter our state data between the store and our components by hooking into the ownProps parameter of mapStateToProps.

react tutorial about Configure a React & Redux Application For Production Deployment and Deploy to Now

Configure a React & Redux Application For Production Deployment and Deploy to Now

6:27 react PRO

In this lesson, we’ll make a few small changes to our scripts and add some environment variables that will be used at build time to get our application ready to be deployed to a production environment using the now service. Once properly configured, we’ll use the now CLI and publish our application to a production server.

react tutorial about Delete Existing Records on The Server with Redux Thunk and Fetch

Delete Existing Records on The Server with Redux Thunk and Fetch

6:14 react PRO

We’ll use fetch and an async action creator to send a DELETE request to the server and update the UI by removing the deleted item and displaying a success message once the save has completed successfully.

react tutorial about Dispatch Asynchronous Actions with Redux Thunk Middleware

Dispatch Asynchronous Actions with Redux Thunk Middleware

8:29 react PRO

In this lesson, we’ll be retrieving data from the server as well as posting new data to the server using fetch. We’ll make this work with Redux using the Thunk Middleware which will allow us to dispatch asynchronous actions.

react tutorial about Add React Router to a Redux Application

Add React Router to a Redux Application

2:50 react PRO

In this lesson, we’ll install React Router as a project dependency and add links that will update the url via pushState to avoid reloading our page on changes.

react tutorial about Update Existing Records on The Server with Redux Thunk and Fetch

Update Existing Records on The Server with Redux Thunk and Fetch

7:44 react PRO

We’ll use fetch and an async action creator to save updated data to the server and update the UI with the result of the update and a success message once the save has completed successfully.

react tutorial about Respond to a Single Redux Action in Multiple Reducers

Respond to a Single Redux Action in Multiple Reducers

3:09 react PRO

Every dispatched action in Redux is sent to all reducers. This means a single action can be handled in different ways by different reducers. In this lesson we’ll look at how this can be used to handle updates in multiple parts of our state tree in response to a single action.

react tutorial about Use Multiple Reducers in Redux with combineReducers

Use Multiple Reducers in Redux with combineReducers

6:21 react PRO

In this lesson we’ll add a new reducer to our application and combine it with the existing reducer. We’ll use the new reducer to display messages in our application. Because we are essentially creating namespaces within our state with multiple reducers we will need to combine them to create our Redux store. To do this we will need to refactor our existing components connections to the store to get back to a working state.

react tutorial about Configure and Use Redux Dev Tools

Configure and Use Redux Dev Tools

4:13 react PRO

One way data flow, pure reducers for updates and a global state object make unit testing and think about code much easier than the alternatives. With the tooling this makes possible, debugging can be a pleasant experience too. In this lesson, we’ll configure Redux Dev Tools for Chrome and take a tour of some of the features it offers to make debugging state in Redux a pleasure, such as Time Travel Debugging and the ability to export your state history or import state history from another session.

react tutorial about Create a React Component to Display Status Messages

Create a React Component to Display Status Messages

2:35 react PRO

In this lesson we’ll add a new stateless functional component to our application, update our CSS and verify that our message component is rendered only when there is a message to display.

react tutorial about Save New Records on The Server with Redux Thunk and Fetch

Save New Records on The Server with Redux Thunk and Fetch

6:38 react PRO

We’ll use fetch and an async action creator to save updated data to the server and update the UI with the result of the update once the save has completed successfully.

react tutorial about Use mapDispatchToProps Shorthand Syntax in Redux

Use mapDispatchToProps Shorthand Syntax in Redux

1:42 react PRO

In this lesson we’ll take a mapDispatchToProps function and refactor it to use the available shorthand syntax to tidy our code up a bit.

react tutorial about Setup a Mock API Server with the json-server npm module

Setup a Mock API Server with the json-server npm module

1:35 react PRO

In this lesson we’ll install json-server as a dependency of our project so we can explore making API calls in a Redux-friendly way. We’ll update the scripts in package.json to allow us to run the server and verify it is responding by issuing a curl command.

react tutorial about Create Redux Dispatch Functions From Action Creators with bindActionCreators

Create Redux Dispatch Functions From Action Creators with bindActionCreators

2:10 react PRO

In this lesson we’ll look at the bindActionCreators helper method provided by Redux to eliminate some boilerplate code in our React application. Currently we have a function that takes in a value and calls an action creator. This pattern is extremely common in Redux and we will see how bindActionCreators can help us cut down on some bloat.

react tutorial about Connect Redux to Individual React Components For More Efficient Rendering

Connect Redux to Individual React Components For More Efficient Rendering

6:59 react PRO

A connected component will re-render whenever there is a state change. While we want state changes to update our UI, we don’t necessarily want every state change to render every UI component. In this lesson, we’ll use the connect function to connect components to their own specific pieces of the state tree to make our rendering more efficient.

react tutorial about Handle Actions in Redux with mapDispatchToProps

Handle Actions in Redux with mapDispatchToProps

2:37 react PRO

We need to get our dispatch functions into our components in order to respond to events in Redux. Connect’s second argument is a function called mapDispatchToProps and it does exactly what the name implies. In this lesson, we’ll use this function to get our dispatch functions into our components via props and refactor to use these functions accordingly.

react tutorial about Keep UI and State Synchronized Using Controlled Components in React with Redux

Keep UI and State Synchronized Using Controlled Components in React with Redux

6:45 react PRO

We’ll make the input field a “controlled component” by reacting to each change of the input and dispatching an action to the Redux store. Following this model gives us assurance that the UI is always a representation of the current application state.

react tutorial about Create a Redux Store

Create a Redux Store

2:23 react PRO

The redux store is the glue that holds this state management structure together. In this lesson we’ll use the redux library to create a store with the createStore function and then refactor our existing code to pass state into the app using the store’s getStore method.

react tutorial about Connect Redux to a React Application with react-redux

Connect Redux to a React Application with react-redux

4:08 react PRO

In this lesson, we’ll see how we can eliminate some of our plumbing code and take advantage of the react-redux library to connect our Redux store to our React application and let it handle subscribing to state changes in the store.

react tutorial about Make Dispatching Redux Actions More Reliable With Action Creators

Make Dispatching Redux Actions More Reliable With Action Creators

3:16 react PRO

Dispatching actions is how our application sends information to Redux in order to update state. While we could build our action objects inline and use strings for action names, this can be tedious and error prone. In this lesson, we’ll see how the use of constants and action creator functions will make dispatching actions easier and more reliable.

react tutorial about Render React UI Based on State Changes with Subscribe in Redux

Render React UI Based on State Changes with Subscribe in Redux

2:07 react PRO

The Redux store exposes a subscription mechanism, allowing us to detect state updates. In this lesson, we’ll take advantage of this by rendering our UI in response to state changes. We’ll also get our first look at the dispatch method that will be used to trigger those updates.

react tutorial about Refactor JSX in React to Stateless Functional Components

Refactor JSX in React to Stateless Functional Components

5:18 react PRO

We’ll refactor our existing code and break the pieces of the application into their own stateless functional components. We’ll use these components to build up our UI. We’ll also see how we can use ES6 destructuring syntax to accept just the keys we need from props to keep our JSX clean.

react tutorial about Create a Redux-Style Reducer Function

Create a Redux-Style Reducer Function

5:23 react PRO

The reducer is at the center of how Redux manages state. In this lesson we’ll create a reducer function and see how Redux takes in state and actions and returns updated state. We’ll write and run unit tests using Jest to verify that our reducer function is working as expected.

react tutorial about Render in React Based on a Global State Object

Render in React Based on a Global State Object

3:02 react PRO

We’ll define a simple state object in the entry point of our application. Once the state has been defined, we’ll pass it into our root component as props and replace the static elements in our rendered output with values from the component’s props. We’ll move from static items to an array, seeing how we can use functions like map to render our UI.

react tutorial about Render a React UI with JSX

Render a React UI with JSX

2:25 react

Often times when starting an application, it can be beneficial to render out a static layout to get an idea of what we will be building. Doing this allows us to see exactly how we are going to split our application into individual components. We’ll dive right into JSX by rendering a static version of what our application will look like. We’ll cover the basic syntax of JSX and point out where it differs from html.

react tutorial about Bootstrap a React Application with Yarn & Create React App

Bootstrap a React Application with Yarn & Create React App

2:18 react

In this lesson we’ll bootstrap and React application using Yarn and Create React App through the yarn create command.

react tutorial about Error Handling using Error Boundaries in React 16

Error Handling using Error Boundaries in React 16

6:01 react

A JavaScript error in the UI shouldn’t break the whole application. To solve this problem for React 16 introduced a new concept of an “error boundary”. Such error boundaries are React components that catch JavaScript errors anywhere in their child component tree, log those errors, and display a fallback UI instead of the component tree that crashed.

react tutorial about Theme your application with styled-components and "ThemeProvider"

Theme your application with styled-components and "ThemeProvider"

1:17 react

In this styled-components lesson, we set a "primary color" within a UI "theme" object. We make this theme accessible to all components by wrapping our application inside a .

react tutorial about Update React Component State Based on External DOM Events

Update React Component State Based on External DOM Events

5:09 react

Most of the time, your components respond to events that occur within the component tree by defining their own handler or by accepting a handler defined by a parent component via props. Sometimes, this isn't enough. In this lesson, we'll rely on lifecycle hooks and good old fashioned DOM events to update state in a React component in response to an event that occurs outside of the component tree.

react tutorial about Style the body element with styled-components and "injectGlobal"

Style the body element with styled-components and "injectGlobal"

0:52 react

In this lesson, we see how we can apply styles globally with the "injectGlobal" helper method in styled-components. This method allows us to apply styles on the body element, which cannot be wrapped in a styled-component.

react tutorial about Style a React component with styled-components

Style a React component with styled-components

3:04 react

In this lesson, we remove the mapping between a React component and the styles applied to it via classnames. We write our styles directly within the component, in a real CSS syntax, with the full power of JavaScript.

react tutorial about Use a react-intl Higher Order Component to format messages and get current locale

Use a react-intl Higher Order Component to format messages and get current locale

3:32 react PRO

In some cases, you might need to pass a string from your intl messages.js file as a prop to a component. Instead of using react-intl components (which generate markup), we’ll use the injectIntl higher order component provided by react-intl. This will provide just the string we’re looking for, make the prop simpler, and avoid creating unnecessary DOM elements.

We’ll also use props passed to the component from the Higher Order Component to clean up some redundant code.

react tutorial about Write tests for react-intl output using enzyme and Jest

Write tests for react-intl output using enzyme and Jest

7:30 react PRO

In this lesson, we’ll look at writing test assertions for react-intl output. We'll add the necessary dependencies, then we’ll use Jest snapshots to get assertions written quickly. Then, we’ll use enzyme API methods to traverse the DOM and write assertions about specific pieces of react-intl data.

Note: This lesson uses a modified version of an "intl-enzyme" helper utility from the react-intl documentation. You can find the modified file here.

react tutorial about Render Content Based on a Number using react-intl FormattedMessage

Render Content Based on a Number using react-intl FormattedMessage

3:36 react PRO

Using the react-intl FormattedMessage component, we’ll learn how to render content conditionally in our messages based on a number provided as a prop.

You’ll also learn the syntax necessary to render strings using a plural string matcher.

react tutorial about Use Webpack to Conditionally Include an Intl Polyfill for Older Browsers

Use Webpack to Conditionally Include an Intl Polyfill for Older Browsers

3:10 react PRO

Some browsers, such as Safari < 10 & IE < 11, do not support the JavaScript Internationalization API, which react-intl depends on. In order to support these browsers, we’ll conditionally include an Intl polyfill using webpack require.ensure.
This ensures only browsers that need the polyfill incur the extra load.

react tutorial about Format Date and Time Using react-intl FormattedDate and FormattedTime

Format Date and Time Using react-intl FormattedDate and FormattedTime

2:21 react PRO

Using the react-intl FormattedDate and FormattedTime components, we’ll render a JavaScript Date into both a date string and a time string in different language formats.

react tutorial about Format Numbers with Separators and Currency Symbols using react-intl FormattedNumber

Format Numbers with Separators and Currency Symbols using react-intl FormattedNumber

2:28 react PRO

Using a react-intl FormattedNumber component, we'll pass a Number and a few additional props in order to render the correct separator and currency symbols for different languages.

react tutorial about Format a Date Relative to the Current Date Using react-intl FormattedRelative

Format a Date Relative to the Current Date Using react-intl FormattedRelative

2:11 react PRO

Given a date, we’ll use the react-intl FormattedRelative component to render a date in a human readable format, such as “2 days ago”, in various languages.

We'll also see how to set the frequency of this component's rendering to make our app update the text in real-time.

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