React JS Training course detail

Description

This React course is among the best React course available online, provides by RCS Technologies. IN this course, numerous assignment and projects has to be done ,in future its help you to enhance your learning skill and add on in your experience process and also help to find a better job in the field of web and mobile development using this React course certifications ,for getting better reactions in return just must to be done sign up for this online React course, which help to you in any way for your career.

What will you learn
  • What will you cover in this online React training?

    In RCS Technologies online React course, you will cover the following topics: 1. JavaScript 2. Arrow functions 3. Static methods 4. React 15 and React 16 5. Logical operators 6. Set state and read state 7. Rendering lists 8. React key prop 9. Event handling 10. default Value prop and ref prop 11. React router 12. Redux and React redux

  • What are the prerequisites to learn React?

    To learn React, you must have the following skills: 1. Basic programming skills in CSS and HTML 2. Intermediate-level knowledge and understanding of JavaScript

  • Which companies are hiring React professionals?

    Some of the major companies that are hiring React professionals include: 1. Cognizant 2. Upwork 3. Infosys 4. PayPal 5. Larsen & Toubro Infotech 6. Wipro

  • What are the career opportunities available after learning React?

    There are numerous job opportunities available when you complete your React training. Some of them are mentioned below: 1. ReactJS Developer 2. Full-Stack Developer 3. JavaScript Developer 4. Frontend Engineer 5. Frontend Developer 6. UI Developer 7. Mobile Application Developer 8. Software Developer

  • Who is eligible to learn this React course?

    Following professionals are eligible to learn this online React course: 1. Those who wish to build mobile apps using React 2. Mobile Developers who want to learn a single language for writing cross-platform mobile applications 3. Web Developers and Mobile Developers who are interested in building native apps using JavaScript

  • What is the average income of a React JS Developer?

    React JS Developers are among the highest paid IT professionals today. As per Glassdoor, the average income of a React JS Developer is about USDollar79,137 per annum in the United States. In India, they earn approximately Rs747,000 per annum.


Key Features
  • 45 Hrs Instructor Led Training
  • 40 Hrs Self-paced Videos
  • 90 Hrs Project work & Exercises
  • Certification and Job Assistance
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Lifetime Free Upgrade
  • 24 x 7 Lifetime Support & Access

Lessons

  • 14 Lessons
  • 1.1 JavaScript history

    1.2 ES6 and Babel

    1.3 Arrow functions and template literals

    1.4 Rest and spread operators

    1.5 Classes and inheritance

    1.6 Static methods and properties

    1.7 Iterators and iterables

    1.8 Generators

  • 2.1 Why React?

    2.2 Version history of React

    2.3 React 15 vs React 16

    2.4 Using create-react-app

    2.5 Debugging first react app

     

  • 3.1 Working with React.createElement

    3.2 Logical operators and expressions

    3.3 Specifying attributes and children

  • 4.1 Component architecture and its significance

    4.2 Types of components

     

  • 5.1 State and its significance

    5.2 Set and read states

    5.3 Passing data to a component through props

    5.4 Validation of props with propTypes

    5.5 Using default props to supply default values to props

    5.6 Rendering lists

    5.7 Using the React key prop

    5.8 Using the map function for iteration on arrays to generate elements

     

  • 6.1 React event system and the synthetic event

    6.2 Passing arguments to event handlers

    6.3 Component lifecycle

    6.4 Significance of lifecycle methods and real-time use cases

     

  • 7.1 Controlled and uncontrolled components

    7.2 Significance of the default Value prop

    7.3 Using the React ref prop to access the DOM element

     

  • 8.1 Setting up the router

    8.2 Understanding routing with the help of single-page applications

    8.3 Working with HashRouter and BrowserRouter components

    8.4 Configuration of the router, using the route component

    8.5 Using switch component for defining routing rules

    8.6 Using route params for making routes dynamic

    8.7 Working with nested routes

    8.8 Navigation to pages, using NavLink and Link components

    8.9 Using the redirect component to redirect the route

    8.10 Using the prompt component to get user consent for navigation

    8.11 Making use of the pathless route for handling failed matches

     

  • 9.1 What is redux?

    9.2 Why redux?

    9.3 Principles of redux

    9.4 Installation and setup process of redux

    9.5 Creation of reducer, actions, and store

    9.6 What is Immutable.js?

    9.7 Collections in Immutable

    9.8 Lists, sets, and maps

     

  • 10.1 What is React Redux and why is it used?

    10.2 Installation and setting up of React Redux

    10.3 Container components vs presentational components

    10.4 Understanding the high-order component

    10.5 Understanding mapDispatchtToProps and mapStateToProps usage

     

  • 11.1 Why redux middleware?

    11.2 Choices available in redux middleware

    11.3 Redux saga

    11.4 Setting up and installing redux

    11.5 Working with saga helpers

    11.6 Promises vs sagas

     

  • 12.1 Significance of unit testing

    12.2 Understanding unit testing tools and jargons

    12.3 Unit testing react components, using enzyme and jest

     

  • 13.1 Handling exceptions in components

    13.2 Error boundaries

     

  • 14.1 Webpack and its use

    14.2 Setting up and installing Webpack

    14.3 Working with the configuration file of Webpack

    14.4 Working with loaders

    14.5 Quick word on lazy loading, code splitting, and tree shaking

    14.6 Setting up a hot module replacement

    14.7 Server-side rendering (SSR)

    14.8 Working with renderToStaticMarkup and renderToString methods

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