Training in React Web Development

React is a popular client-side development library from Facebook. React makes it easy to create reusable components and render them in a web page or in a native mobile application.

This course focuses on React web development. We take a detailed look at how to create components using pure React and using JSX, and then take a detailed look at how to use Redux and Saga to manage state and asynchrony in large-scale applications.

DurationJavaScript Evolution

3 days


Familiarity with HTML and JavaScript programming

What you’ll learn

  • React architectural concepts
  • Creating components via ES6 inheritance
  • Creating components via stateless functional components
  • Using JSX effectively
  • React Router
  • Redux and React
  • Redux Saga
  • Modular development and bundling using Webpack

Course details

 Introduction to React

  • What is React
  • Essential ES6 language features for React
  • Using the Babel transpiler

Getting Started With React

  • Creating a simple React application
  • Creating multiple React elements
  • A data-driven approach
  • Creating elements via ReactDOMFactories


  • Overview of React components
  • Creating components via ES6 inheritance
  • Creating functional stateless components
  • Creating components via factories


  • Overview of JSX
  • A closer look at JSX Syntax
  • Complete example of JSX

Creating Modular React Applications

  • The need for modularity
  • Example application using Webpack

Properties and State

  • Specifying types for properties
  • Working with ES6 classes
  • Working with stateless functional components
  • State management

Component Techniques

  • Component lifecycle methods
  • Practical example of lifecycle methods
  • Optimizing UI updates
  • Accessing child content in a component

React Router

  • Overview of Single Page Applications
  • React and SPAs
  • Defining a router table
  • Creating links
  • Route parameters

Redux Store

  • What is Redux
  • Creating a Redux store
  • Creating and dispatching actions
  • Defining reducers
  • Subscribing and unsubscribing to state changes
  • Implementing action creators
  • Composing functions

Redux and React

  • Application structure
  • Identifying actions and reducers
  • Accessing state via context
  • Defining container classes
  • Simplifying containers via React Redux

Redux Saga

  • Overview of Redux Saga
  • ES6 generators
  • Doing asynchronous work via Redux Saga
  • Saga effects (take, put, call, fork, cancel, etc.)


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