React App Development1 Day:Prerequisite is "Thinking in React"
- Learn by doing
The material lectures will be broken up by exercises so you can practice.
- Learn how React really works
You'll leave our workshop with the correct mental model of how react works, and the correct terminology.
- Learn from professionals with years of experience
At ReactTraining we help some of the biggest companies learn React including Google, Apple, Adobe, Netflix, Microsoft, Walmart, and many more...
⭐️ Please Note: This is the second day of what we've normally done as a two-day workshop. Each day is now its own individual event and each needs to be purchased separately if you wish to attend both days.
If you're not attending the first day "Thinking in React", please see the Pre-Requisite knowledge below.
Who is this workshop for?
Beginners? Absolutely. If all you've done is the official React tutorial then you are ready for this workshop. Even if you haven't done any React at all, this workshop is for you.
Intermediate? Yes. This workshop along with Thinking in React were designed for those with less than 3 years of typical experience.
Advanced? Yes. While some of this workshop will be review, we regularly hear from our advanced attendees that they picked up some valuable nuggets of information that they didn't know. You might know most of the topics, but we'll leave you with the vocabulary and examples the help you level-up your team.
Before attending "React App Development", attendees should understand these topics which we teach in our "Thinking in React". If you wont be attending "Thinking in React" and you're not sure if you'll be able to follow along with React App Development, we created a quiz that will test your skills with the material from "Thinking in React".
Brad has been teaching Web Development since 2010 including bootcamp instruction, online videos, conference speaking, writing at CSS-Tricks, and corporate training for React. He loves to connect with students by helping them achieve their technical goals and by distilling complex concepts into simple instruction.