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React JS Training
Hachion React JS Training covers all the essentials of React JS including JSX, components, frameworks, architecture, and more. This course will help you to become familiar with the fundamental processes and the skills you need to become a certified ReactJS developer. You’ll also explore advanced concepts like API, Hooks, performance optimization, testing and deploying React JS applications with real-time examples and projects. Our React online course follows the industry’s best practices for modern React development
An Introduction to Web Application Development – Basic building blocks of Web Application Development. – HTML-CSS-JS
Real World SPAs and React Web Apps.
An Overview of ReactJS.
Understanding Single Page Apps and Multi-Page Applications.
What is a DOM, VirtualDOM, and ShadowDOM?
Installing ReactJS and writing our first Hello World code.
The Folder Structure of React Application.
Basic Building Blocks of React JS – (components,state,props,jsx)
What are the components? Understanding the component basics and different types of components.
What are the functional components and container components?
Creating your first class-based component and functional component.
Understanding JSX and JSX restrictions.
Creating more components and using them.
What are props and a simple understanding of props?
Passing Props into components.
Accessing props inside the components.
Creating reusable dynamic components
You gain basic knowledge about ReactJS by the end of this section. You will also be in a position to build different user interfaces using React.
In this section, you will come across all the UI frameworks of React along with their usage, features, importance, and popularity. These frameworks are built using a set of React Components for easier and faster web development. You will also learn about the usage of stylish components in ReactJS. You will get through some of the key essentials of frameworks and components below
Styling React components. The different ways of styling the react components.
Inline styles and external styles to the components.
Styling patterns in React Components – using sass
Introduction to ReactJS UI frameworks – react bootstrap, reactstrap,react-semantic UI , material-ui etc.
Integrating and using the above UI frameworks in ReactJS.
Creating a navigation-bar in reactJS using the above frameworks.
Creating page-views components.
Creating a reasonable dynamic Jumbotron/banner.
Introduction to React Router.
Creating Routes to our Navigation Bar.
By the end of this module, you will gain expertise in using various React components for quick web application development and you will also understand the importance of React UI frameworks.
In this module, you will gain deep insights into ReactJS Architecture. React follows Flux architecture for unidirectional data flow. You can clearly understand how the data flows from each React components in the architecture diagram. Additionally, you will also gain expertise in handling events, the importance of two-way binding, props, states, various lifecycle methods, and many more. Below you will find the list of concepts that will be covered in the architecture of ReactJS.
Advanced Components configuration with the state, props, and children.
Props and prop-types and default props, Understanding the children property, Understanding and using state, and Differences between props and state
Handling Events with methods
Manipulating the state with setState() method
Difference between stateless and stateful components.
Passing method references between components.
Adding two-way binding.
Rendering content conditionally.
Making API REQUESTS with React.
Fetching data – Axios vs Fetch.
Building Lists of Customers.
Handling requests with async-await.
Updating state immutably and after async request.
Review of Map Statements.
Rendering Lists of components.
The purpose of keys in lists and Implementing keys in lists.
Handling errors gracefully.
Introducing Lifecycle methods.
Why use Lifecycle methods
Refactoring data loading to Lifecycle methods.
Showing a loading spinner.
Handling User Input with forms and events.
Creating a SearchBar and Event Handlers
Controlled Elements versus uncontrolled elements.
Handling forms submitted.
Communicating child to parent.
Invoking callbacks in children.
Creating a custom Dynamic Input Component.
Setting up a JS Config for the Form.
Dynamically create inputs based on JSConfig.
Adding a Dropdown component.
Handling user Input of dynamic forms
Handling form submission(MAKING API CALL USING AXIOS OR FETCH )
Adding Custom Form Validation.
Showing validation errors and other error messages.
Handling overall form validity.
You will gain a clear idea about React.js architecture and its components upon the completion of this module.
Using Refs for DOM Access.
Redux, and The complexity of managing state.
Understanding the Redux flow.
Adding Redux to the React Project and Redux Devtools.
What is the provider and adding the provider?
Setting Up the Reducer and the Store
Dispatching the Actions.
Connecting React to Redux.
Connecting the store to react.
Dispatching the Actions from within the Component.
Passing and Retrieving Data with Actions.
Switch Case in the reducer
Updating the State and the Array Immutable.
Combining multiple Reducers.
Understanding State types.
Combining Local UI State and Redux.
Handling Authentication in React.
Handling Forms using REDUX-FORM.
What are React Portals and when to use them?
The Context System with React.
Replacing Redux with Context or using both together.
Higher-Order Components in React.
The concept of Render Props.
Memoizing in React.
The concept of Render-Props in React.
By the end of this section, you will gain deeper insights into the Redux framework and its applications. You can manage the state of the applications using Redux easily.
Hooks are the latest additional feature in the React 16.11. They provide the best ways to use other React features and state without declaring a class. Additionally, they allow users to share reusable behaviors that are independent of components implementation. Below you will get more key details about React hooks.
React Hooks – An Introduction, Why React Hooks
Moving from classes to functional components
Introducing the first Hook: useState Hook and Second Hook: useEffect Hook
Data Fetching with hooks/replacing the class lifecycle methods
Fetching data on component mount with useEffect
Using async/wait for fetching data in useEffect
Building custom Hooks
Hooks under the hood: How hooks work
Implementing a login form using Hooks and multiple state values.
Implementing a register form using hooks
Comparing ways of managing state
Fetching search results on component update with useEffect
Fetching data upon submitting the form
Using the useRef Hook on our search input
Displaying loading state with useState
Error Handling and displaying errors with useState
Using the reducer Pattern
The useReducer Hook
Building a complete CRUD application with React HOOKs/ replacing redux
Using the useContext Hook
Replacing Redux with the useReducer hook
Styling customer lists in hooks
Toggling the CustomerList using hooks
Adding Customers and Customer Details form using hooks
Updating the customer details using hooks
Deleting the customer details using hooks
You will gain expertise on hooks and also you can manipulate the state of the functional components without converting them into class components by the end of this section.
In this segment, you will learn how to deploy and test React components using JEST and ENZYME. You will know everything in detail about deploying and testing applications in the React library. Moreover, you will come across various procedures and implementations in React test frameworks below
Introduction to React Testing
React Test frameworks – JEST and ENZYME
Introduction to TDD and what is TDD
What is code coverage and why it is necessary
Setting up JEST
Demo of Jest watch mode
Enzyme introduction and setup
Types of Tests and snapshot testing
Setting up Enzyme and writing tests
Testing component rendering, the initial state of a component, customer list component, Customer Component, container components, functional components and form components and form validations
Testing axios in details and all the data fetching components
Testing async calls, action creators, Testing redux-thunk and mock data
Deploying the React Application
By the end of this module, you will be in a position to test and deploy the react components with various procedures and standards.
Detailed installation of the required software will be displayed in your LMS. Our support team will help you to setup software if you need assistance. Hardware requirements need to be fulfilled by participants.
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We have limited number of participants in a live session to maintain the Quality Standards. So, unfortunately participation in a live class without enrollment is not possible. However, you can go through the sample class recording and it would give you a clear insight into how are the classes conducted, the quality of instructors, and the level of interaction in a class.
Once you complete the Hachion training program along with all the real-world projects, quizzes and assignments and upon scoring at least 60% marks in the qualifying exam; you will be awarded the Hachion verified certification. This certificate is very well recognized in Hachion affiliate organizations which include over 80 top MNCs from around the world which are also part of the Fortune 500 list of companies.
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