We will start by setting up our development environment, which includes installing the necessary dependencies and creating a new React project. From there, we will move on to learning the basics of React, including JSX and the Virtual DOM.
Next, we will explore the core features of React, including components, state, and props. We will learn how to create and manage components, how to pass data between components using props, and how to manage the state of our application.
After learning the basics of React, we will dive into more advanced topics such as hooks, context, and performance optimization. We will learn how to use hooks to manage state and side effects in a functional component and how to use context to pass data down through the component tree.
Once we have a solid understanding of React, we will put our knowledge to the test by building a simple web application. We will create a web application that allows users to register, login and view their profile details. This will give us hands-on experience in using React to build web applications.
Finally, we will learn how to deploy our web application to a production environment, which includes configuring a web server and making our application accessible to users.
By the end of this full course, you will have a solid understanding of ReactJS and the skills to build your own web applications using this powerful technology.
In summary, this full course covers all the basics of ReactJS, from setting up development environment, JSX, Virtual DOM, components, state, and props, advanced topics such as hooks, context, and performance optimization. By the end of the course, you will have hands-on experience in building a web application and deploying it to a production environment.
Author: Dave Gray