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React Training

Learn React and Redux including new features like hooks, context, error-boundaries, portals etc

  • 24 hours of Instructor led Training
  • Work on projects and assignments along with Mentors
  • Master Components, JSX, State Management, Routing, Hooks  and much more
  • Develop rich internet applications using React and Redux

Overview

Why should you learn React ?

React has become one among the most popular and efficient JavaScript front end libraries over time. Developed in the labs of Facebook, React aids in curating apps with more ease, scalability and robustness. This is the reason why most organizations prefer using React and there is a huge demand for React experts and developers.

How do you get started with React?

Begin your journey towards becoming a React expert by enrolling in this course, which is based on Version 16. Loaded with a whole new set of features, mastering React 16 has become mandatory for those pursuing a career in frontend development.

Our course will serve as a window into the world of React and front end development. The hands-on learning sessions will teach you all about the architecture, components and the advanced concepts involved in building rich internet applications using React.JS, Flux and Redux. You will also master the art of creating and deploying dynamic front end applications using React features like component architecture, data binding, declarative views, universal apps and much more. The curriculum is designed by industry experts in such a way that it is job-oriented and at par with the latest advancements in the field.

What You Will Learn

Prerequisites
  • Basic HTML and CSS skills
  • Intermediate JavaScript skills

For hands-on lab setup, below prerequisites must be satisfied.

System requirements

  • Windows 8 / Windows 10 OS, MAC OS >=10, Ubuntu >= 16 or latest version of other popular linux flavors
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 10 GB free space

Permissions Required

  • Internet access to NPM ecosystem
  • Elevated privileges to install nodejs modules system wide

Installations Required

  • nodejs & npm - npm will be automatically installed on nodejs installation
  • Visual studio code IDE - used for writing code
  • Latest Chrome browser - used for debugging

Who can attend?

  • Those who want to learn client-side web development and apply it on large web apps
  • Candidates who intend to use react to build robust and scalable SPAs
  • All those who aspire to build a career in front end Web Application development

Zeolearn Experience

Learn By Doing

Immersive Hands-on training with combination of theoretical learning, hands-on exercises, group discussions, assignments and intensive Q&A sessions.

Live & Interactive

Ask questions, get clarifications, and engage in discussions with instructors and other participants.

Mentored by Industry Experts

Get Mentored by Industry practitioners having more than 10 years of experience.

Reason based learning

Don’t gain just theoretical or practical knowledge. Understand the WHAT, WHY, and HOW of a subject. Simplify the subject matter and get in-depth comprehension.

Code Review by Professionals

Get reviews and timely feedback on your assignments and projects from professional developers.

Build Projects

We emphasize on learning the concepts through examples and help you in building a portfolio of projects through the course of training.

Lifetime Enrolment

Free lifetime enrolment into any of the upcoming batches to help you refresh the concepts.

Curriculum designed by Experts

The Curriculum goes through multiple levels of design and preparation by the experts to keep the topics/modules relevant to everyday changes in technology.

Study even from remote locations

Learn to use collaborative mediums to share opinions and improve your coding skills with assistance from the instructors and other participants.

Curriculum

Learning Objective: Understand the features of ES6 and new syntaxes

Topics:

  • History of Javascript
  • What is ES6
  • A word on bable
  • Block scope, let & const
  • Template literals
  • Arrow functions
  • Spread and Rest operators    
  • Object literal improvements
  • Destructuring
  • Classes
  • Inheritance
  • Static properties and methods
  • Promises
  • Iterators and Iterables
  • Generators
  • Modules

Hands-on: Create variables using let and const, create multi line strings with template literals, use spread and rest operators with functions, pull values for arrays and objects using destructuring, create arrow functions, create promises and generators for better async programming

Learning Objective: Understand how react makes things perform, learn how to set up, run and debug a react app.

Topics:

  • What is React?
  • Why React?
  • React version history
  • React 16 vs React 15
  • Just React - Hello World
  • Using create-react-app
  • Anatomy of react project
  • Running the app
  • Debugging first react app

Hands-on: Install create-react-app and create a new react project.

Learning Objective: Understand the significance of JSX and know its syntax and features.     

Topics:

  • Working with React. createElement
  • Expressions
  • Using logical operators
  • Specifying attributes
  • Specifying children
  • Fragments

Hands-on: Create JSX expressions with different javascript expression, apply css via className and styles, use conditionals.

Learning Objective: Understand the significance of component architecture and learn how to decompose UI into components and compose them back to make UI.

Topics:

  • Significance of component architecture
  • Types of components
  • Functional
  • Class based
  • Pure
  • Component Composition

Hands-on: Create class based and functional components.

Learning Objective: Learn how to manage state in class based react components and how to make communication between components using props.

Topics:

  • What is state and it significance
  • Read state and set state
  • Passing data to component using props
  • Validating props using propTypes
  • Supplying default values to props using defaultProps

Hands-on: Create a stateful component and stateless component. Pass data from parent component to child component using props. Implement child to parent communication using callbacks.

Learning Objective: Learn how to render lists and use key prop.

Topics:

  • Using react key prop
  • Using map function to iterate on arrays to generate elements

Hands-on: Create component which renders lists iteratively using map function of array.

Learning Objective: Learn about React's synthetic event system and its working.

Topics:

  • Understanding React event system
  • Understanding Synthetic event
  • Passing arguments to event handlers

Hands-on: Handle different synthetic events.

Learning Objective: Understand the significance of lifecycle methods and application in real time use cases. Also learn how to handle errors declaratively.

  • Understand the lifecycle methods
  • Handle errors using error boundaries

Hands-on: Create a stateful component and implement lifecycle methods. Implement try catch mechanism using error boundaries.

Learning Objective: Understand how to handle forms in react.

Topics:

  • Controlled components
  • Uncontrolled components
  • Understand the significance to default Value prop
  • Using react ref prop to get access to DOM element

Hands-on: Create a component that uses different form controls.

Learning Objective: Understand how to work with global state using context API.

  • What is context
  • When to use context
  • Create Context
  • Context.Provider
  • Context.Consumer
  • Reading context in class

Hands-on: Create components that get applied with multiple themed styles using context to store theme info globally and apply to all components

Learning Objective: Understand the need of code splitting and implement the same on a component basis.

  • What is code splitting
  • Why do you need code splitting
  • React.lazy
  • Suspense
  • Route-based code splitting

Hands-on: Create react application that implements code splitting and lazy load components using React.lazy and suspense features.

Learning Objective: Understand the need for hooks and implement hooks to access state and effects hook in functional components.

  • What are hooks
  • Why do you need hooks
  • Different types of hooks
  • Using state and effect hooks
  • Rules of hooks

Hands-on: Create a functional component that uses the ability of state and life cycle features

Learning Objective: Understand the significance of routing, configure routing for SPA.

Topics:

  • Setting up react router
  • Understand routing in single page applications
  • Working with BrowserRouter and HashRouter components
  • Configuring route with Route component
  • Using Switch component to define routing rules
  • Making routes dynamic using route params
  • Working with nested routes
  • Navigating to pages using Link and NavLink component
  • Redirect routes using Redirect Component
  • Using Prompt component to get consent of user for navigation
  • Path less Route to handle failed matches

Hands-on: Install and setup router, configure routing rules, implement declarative and imperative navigation.

Learning Objective: Understand how to manage state in just redux in plain vanilla JS app.

Topics:

  • What is redux
  • Why redux
  • Redux principles
  • Install and setup redux
  • Creating actions, reducer and store

Hands-on: Create actions, reducer and store. Dispatch actions and subscribe to store changes.

Learning Objective: Understand the challenges of mutability and how immutable.js helps over the mutability challenges.

Topics:

  • What is Immutable.js?
  • Immutable collections
  • Lists
  • Maps
  • Sets

Hands-on: Create immutable List, map and set. Perform CRUD operations.

Learning Objective: Understand how to integrate redux into react application.

Topics:

  • What is React Redux
  • Why React Redux
  • Install and setup
  • Presentational vs Container components
  • Understand high order component
  • Understanding mapStateToProps and mapDispatchtToProps usage

Hands-on: Install and setup react redux. Configure Provider component as top level component. Migrate react stateful component to connected component.

Learning Objective: Understand the significance of middleware and learn how saga middleware works.

Topics:

  • Why redux middleware
  • Available redux middleware choices
  • What is redux saga
  • Install and setup redux saga
  • Working with Saga helpers
  • Sagas vs promises

Hands-on: Install and setup logger and saga middleware. Develop sagas use different side effects. Code sagas to fetch data from remote API using fetch/axios.

Learning Objective: Understand significance of UI testing and learn how to unit test components, reducers using jest and enzyme.

Topics:

  • Understand the significance of unit testing
  • Understand unit testing jargon and tools
  • Unit testing react components with Jest
  • Unit testing react components with enzyme

Hands-on: Understand jest configuration. Install and setup enzyme. Write unit test to components and reducers.

Learning Objective: Understand the significance of Webpack and learn how to set up a react project from scratch.

Topics:

  • What is webpack
  • Why webpack
  • Install and setup webpack
  • Working with webpack configuration file
  • Working with loaders
  • Working with plugins
  • Setting up Hot Module Replacement

Hands-on: Install and Setup webpack v4. Create a react boilerplate from scratch.

Learning Objective:   Understand the significance of isomorphic react and setup SSR.

Topics:

  • What is server-side rendering (SSR)?
  • Why SSR
  • Working with renderToString and renderToStaticMarkup methods

Hands-on: Extend the react boilerplate to enable SSR. Develop express JS app to serve SSR powered react app.

Project

E-Store

Use your skills of react, redux and redux saga to build an e-commerce application that sells electronic products online.

Bookpedia

Use your skills of react, redux and redux saga to build an application that provides details of famous books in multiple genres - a mini project like wikipedia but limited to book details.

Faqs

React Course

This course will teach you how to use ReactJS to develop single page applications. The other things you would learn in the react js training course includes:

  • Understand how Single Page React application is different than traditional web development frameworks
  • Code using new ES6 language features
  • Develop an application from scratch using latest version of React
  • Understand the benefits of unidirectional data flow
  • Understand and use React Router, Redux, Redux Saga and other popular libraries
  • Creating redux middleware with Redux saga
  • Taking the advantage of react and redux dev tools for better debugging
  • Taking the advantage of immutable.js library to follow the immutable state principle
  • Unit test React components, redux using Jest, Enzyme and sinon
  • Implementing server-side rendering for SEO benefits and to reduce initial load times
  • Understand webpack bundler and its killer features like code splitting, lazy loading, tree shaking, hot module replacement
  • Create, build, and deploy react applications to cloud
  • React ecosystem and sources for good third-party libraries
The objective of this course is to help you learn the practical aspects of ReactJS and its ecosystem. Through our hands on, practical approach, you will get working knowledge of developing Single Page Apps and creating highly responsive and interactive web pages.

By the end of this workshop you will become familiar with the fundamentals of this language at an application level so that you can confidently seek jobs as a developer in this domain.
You required to know the following -
  • Basic HTML and CSS skills
  • Intermediate JavaScript with strong knowledge on functions, scope, closures, callbacks, promises and async/await
HTML and CSS skill would be required for developing ReactJS Single Page applications. Though react uses JSX, HTML fundamentals are needed and to style react application  CSS skills are desired.
This course is suitable for the below individuals:
  • All those who wish to use ReactJS to build robust, scalable single page applications
  • Those who want to use modern client-side web development  for large web applications
  • Those who aspire to build a career in front end Web Application development
Every individual has their own reasons to learn a framework or programming language. But we strongly feel that you be learning React JS because -

  • React JS is easy to learn and also has a great documentation
  • React JS has a great community support as well backed by Facebook
  • React JS is rapidly growing and is becoming first choice for many companies to develop scalable and performant web applications
  • React JS is universal, you can use react learning to create web, mobile and desktop applications
  • React JS is being widely used by many large enterprises like Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, PayPal and many others

React JS Workshop Experience

React JS workshops at Zeolearn are always interactive, immersive and intensive hands-on programs. There are 3 modes of Delivery and you can select based on the requirements -

  • Online Classroom training: Learn from anywhere through the most preferred virtual live instructor led training with the help of hands-on training and interactive sessions
  • One-to-One Training: You can enrol for one-to-one Node js classroom training session with our expert trainer at a preferred time. With this mode, you can customize your curriculum to suit your learning needs.
  • Team/Corporate Training: In this type of training, an Organization can nominate their entire team for online or classroom training. You can customize your curriculum to suit your learning needs and also get post-training expert’s support to implement Node js concepts in the project.  

We follow the below mentioned procedure for all the training programs by dividing the complete workshop experience into 3 stages i.e Pre, Workshop and Post. This is a tried and tested approach using which we have been able to upskill thousands of engineers.

Pre-training

Before the start of training program, we make sure that you are ready to understand the concepts from Day 1. Hence, as a process of preparation for the intensive workshop, we provide the following -

  • Reference articles/ Videos and e-books
  • 2-4 hrs of training on pre-requisites - to make you workshop ready
  • Pre-Workshop Assessments - to assess and benchmark
  • Environment set-up docs

During Training

The training is completely hands-on and you receive the below mentioned deliverables from Zeolearn team -

  • PPT and Code Snippets used in the class
  • Learners Guide or E-book
  • Projects / Case Studies
  • Assessments / Lab exercises
  • Quizzes and Polls
  • Study Plans - To structurize your learning.

Post Training

We don’t just impart skills but also make sure that you implement them in the project. And for that to happen, we are always in touch with you either through newsletters or webinars or next version trainings. Some of the post-training deliverables lined-up for you are -

  • Project assistance with mentor
  • Course Recordings
  • Access to Alumni Network
  • Additional workshops on advanced level concepts
  • Regular emails/newsletters on Blogs/Tutorials and other informational content
Yes, Zeolearn has well-equipped labs with the latest version of hardware and software. We provide Cloudlabs to explore every feature of React through hands-on exercises. Cloudlabs provides an environment that lets you build real-world scenarios and practice from anywhere across the globe.  You will have live hands-on coding sessions and will be given practice assignments to work on after the class.

At Zeolearn, we have Cloudlabs for all the major categories like Web development, Cloud Computing, and Data Science.
You will get to work on 2 live projects during the course of the training.

E-Store

Use your skills of react, redux and redux saga to build an e-commerce application that sells electronic products online.

Bookpedia
Use your skills of react, redux and redux saga to build an application that provides details of famous books in multiple genres - a mini project like wikipedia but limited to book details.

This course is delivered by industry-recognized experts who would be having more than 10 years of real-time experience in React and web development.

Not only will they impart knowledge of the fundamentals and advanced concepts, they will provide end-to-end mentorship and hands-on training to help you work on real-world projects with regards to React.

Once you register for the course you will be provided with system requirements and lab setup document which contains detailed information to prepare the environment for the React JS.

However,  if you would like to see the installation procedure, please check the below links -

Install React on Windows

Install React on Ubuntu

Install React on Mac

To attend the ReactJS  training program, the basic hardware and software requirements are as mentioned below -


Hardware requirements

  • Windows 8 / Windows 10 OS, MAC OS >=10, Ubuntu >= 16 or latest version of other popular linux flavors
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 10 GB of free space

Software Requirements

  • nodejs & npm - npm will be automatically installed on nodejs installation
  • Visual studio code IDE - used for writing code
  • Latest Chrome browser - used for debugging

Permissions Required

  • Internet access to NPM ecosystem
  • Elevated privileges to install nodejs modules system wide

React JS Online Training Experience

All our training programs are quite interactive and fun to learn with plenty of time spent on lot of hands-on practical training, use case discussions and quizzes. Our instructors also use an extensive set of collaboration tools and techniques which improves your online training experience.

This is a live training which the learners can attend from office, home, or any other suitable place, with a proper internet connection.
You will receive a registration link to your e-mail id from our training delivery team. You will have to log in from your PC or other devices.
Yes, there are other participants who actively participates in the class remotely.  They can attend online training from office, home, or any other suitable place.
In case of any queries, you can reach out to our 24/7 dedicated support at any of the numbers provided in the link below: http://www.zeolearn.com/contact-us, or send an email to hello@zeolearn.com.

We also have Slack workspace for the corporates to discuss the issues. If the query is not resolved by email, we will facilitate a one-on-one discussion session with our trainers.
If you miss a class, you can access the class recordings anytime from our LMS. At the beginning of every session, there will be a 10-12 minute recapitulation of the previous class. You can watch the online recording and clarify your doubts at that time. You may need to login 15 minutes before the main lecture begins to avail this facility.

We also have a Free Lifetime enrollment for most of our courses. In case you miss out a class, you can also enroll for another complete workshop or only for a particular session.

Finance related

Typically, Zeolearn’s training are exhaustive and the mentors help you out in understanding the in-depth concepts.

However, if you find it difficult to cope, you may discontinue within the first 4 hours of training and avail a 100% refund. Learn more about our refund policy here.

Zeolearn offers a 100% money back guarantee if the candidates withdraw from the course right after the first session. To learn more about the 100% refund policy, visit our refund page.
Yes, we have scholarships available for Students and Veterans. We do provide grants that can vary upto 50% of the course fees.

To avail scholarships, please get in touch with us at hello@zeolearn.com. The team shall send across the forms and instructions to you. Based upon the responses and answers that we receive, the panel of experts take a decision on the Grant. The entire process could take around 7 to 15 days.
Yes, we do have installment options available for the course fees. To avail installments, please get in touch with us at hello@zeolearn.com. The team shall explain on how the installments work and would provide the timelines for your case.
Usually, the installments vary from 2 to 3 but have to be paid before you complete the course.

React Certification & Training

React JS

ReactJS can be explained as a JavaScript library which is used to develop interactive UI’s (User Interfaces). It was developed by Jordan Walke, a software engineer working at Facebook. It is one of the most popular component-based, an open-source Javascript library having a strong foundation and large community support.

The heart of all React applications are called Components which are self-contained modules rendering some output. Interface elements like an input field or a button can be written by one as a React component. A component might include other components in its output. One can change any component at any point in time without affecting the rest of the applications which is the biggest advantage of using components.

ReactJs is an open-source Javascript library, used widely and effectively around the world. It is specifically used to develop user interfaces and single page applications. It allows the reuse of UI components and enables the developers to create web or mobile applications which can change the data without reloading your page. It is easy to create dynamic web applications that require a lot of complex coding.

Let's take a look at the several uses of ReactJs:

  • With React Js, companies can develop common components like payment form elements, image carousel, bread crumbs, etc  
  • It is used to get heavy loaded and dynamic solutions using virtual DOM that guarantees better user experience and performance
  • React Js is also helpful in resolving SEO failures. Whenever there is a common SEO failure in reading Javascript, ReactJs runs on a server, renders, and returns virtual DOM to a browser through a regular webpage.
  • React Js provides more helpful developer toolset that allows a user to record and go back to any previous states of the application for debugging purposes
  • With React Js, you can develop high-end UI applications, supported by Android and iOS systems.
React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It lets you compose complex UIs from small and isolated pieces of code called “components”.

It is front end technology used to develop web-based Single Page Applications. React can be used as templating language on server but it is not a backend technology.
React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It lets you compose complex UIs from small and isolated pieces of code called “components”.

React focus only on View layer and does not have any out of the box services or functionalities that are used to develop a full-fledged web application.


React is not bundled with needed services like routing, http client, form management etc., and leaves a free hand to organizations to choose the best fit of their needs for such services.

Yes, Facebook is built with ReactJS, the same can be seen with React Developer Tools. This plugin only works on pages using React and the difference can be tested on a page which does not use React. Over 20,000 components are used on Facebook.

When you check the Facebook mobile app, you’ll find that it is built with React Native. The code looks similar to React, but the library itself is responsible for the display of native components like iOS and Android instead of DOM elements. The development team converted the ‘event dashboard’ feature in the Facebook iOS app to React Native for testing the app performance based on a crucial factor like start-up time. This feature showcases the user’s first impression of the app that determines whether the user will stay or leave.
React is fast, scalable, modularized and popular with great features like
  • Declarative – This form of programming is less error prone and Declarative views make your code more readable and easier to debug.
  • Components – In React everything is component. Component represents a part of UI and best fit architecture for UI development as large web page can be composed of several small and independent components which improves reusability and maintainability of code
  • JSX – JSX stands for JavaScript in XML syntax and is a recommendation from facebook to develop declarative views. JSX on compilation yields JavaScript function calls. JSX looks like HTML due to its XML syntax has support for expressions, nesting, conditionals and attributes
  • State management – This is most powerful and useful feature of react. State is nothing but the data that is needed by the component to make it functional. It is private to a given component instance.
  • VDOM – VDOM is all the reason for react’s good performance. It stands for advantages Virtual DOM and is exact clone of the browser DOM but is managed by react on JavaScript side. VDOM makes many DOM operations efficient on and it is ready available for JS code to make any DOM interactions rather to make a round trip to DOM
React has simple learning curve and easy to start with. React being library offers a great flexibility to include other popular libraries in the eco system to make up suite of libraries needed for an application
Today, many companies are embracing React Js due to its easy nature and plenty of user-friendly features. One of the most popular brands on the list is Netflix which is the biggest paid video-streaming service. The major reasons which made Netflix go into React are performance, code, simplicity, and modularity.

The other big names on the list are as follows:

  • Yahoo!- a mail client to React, find it easier to work with the code using ReactJs
  • Sberbank- a number one bank in Russia, developed an interactive part of a bank’s website using React.Js. The reason to build an app using React is the fastest speed of development
  • Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram- Facebook is built using React.js and actively used for developing Whatsapp and Instagram
  • IBM
  • AT&T
  • Sonic Automotive
  • Atlassian
  • Cloudflare
  • Glassdoor
  • The New York Times - The Red Carpet Project
  • Instacart
  • Legendary
  • Lyft
  • MongoDB
  • Vice
  • Warby Parker
  • New Relic
It is very much opinionated but there is no strong reason to say one is completely better than another. As of today, both angular and react have considerably similar performances, however react is treated to be lightweight as it is a library focusing only on view layer but angular being framework comes with all batteries included and help teams not to worry about making decisions to make up the best suite of libraries and all are provided under a single nest. Some teams treat this as a brittle choice whereas some teams treat this as safe approach.

Link to Angular vs React article
As of Feb 6, 2018 - 16.8.0 is latest version which is a minor version release with a new feature called hooks.  React 16 is big milestone in the history of react as it is complete rewrite internally keeping external API backward compatible. Every minor version in react 16 has added some improvement or new feature. Here is the list of notable features


16.0.0

  • New return types supported for render method
  • Better error handling
  • Portals
  • Custom DOM Attributes
  • Better Server Side Rendering
  • New Core Architecture

16.1.0  & 16.2.0
Nothing considerable, only fixes and minor improvements


16.3.0

  • New stable context API
  • Alternative to callback refs
  • Addition of new lifecycle methods getDerivedStateFromProps and getSnapshotBeforeUpdate

16.4.0 & 16.5.0

Nothing considerable, only fixes and minor improvements


16.6.0

  • React.memo() as an alternative to PureComponent for functions.
  • React.lazy() for code splitting components.
  • React.StrictMode to warns about legacy context API

16.7.0

Nothing considerable, only fixes and minor improvements


16.8.0

New hooks feature. State management, lifecycle methods and context api are available only for class based components. Hooks let you these features in functional components.

  • State Hook - gives access to state management in function components.
  • Effect Hook - adds the ability to perform side effects from a function component
  • Context hook - gives access to context in function components.
  • There are other advanced hooks and you can build custom hooks

Learn React

ReactJS course is 24 hours programme where you get acquainted with basic to intermediate skill and with with solid practice all through the course you will be project ready. However you can extend you react capabilities by deep diving into react js documentation and exploring other popular libraries in react ecosystem

There are countless resources available online to learn ReactJS. It is always better to go along with the latest materials in the constantly evolving software engineering field. The following list will update you on the best free online resources including interactive tutorials and videos to help you understand the principles of ReactJS and practice your coding skills:


ReactJs Tutorials:

ReactJs video:


Other than this, you can opt for an immersive React.js training from any good institute for a better clarity of the React.js concepts. The well-organized modules enable you to access all the resources which you need to learn ReactJS. Here are some of the best ReactJs training providers to consider -

  • Codeacademy
  • Freecodecamp
  • Zeolearn
  • Udemy
  • Lynda
  • PluralSight
  • Coursera

A React Js training can be a solid option to build the best React Js application and breaking into today’s tech industry. Up until now, most of the industry experts have recommended Zeolearn as the best React.js training provider. Here are some additional points they speak about Zeolearn’s React.Js course:

  1. The course is live and interactive so that you can clear all your doubts anytime with the instructors
  2. Experience classroom even on remote - Learn to use collaborative mediums to share opinions and improve your coding skills with assistance from the instructors and other participants
  3. The course provides reason-based training that helps to gain not just theoretical but also practical knowledge that makes the learning more simplified
  4. The curriculum is designed by the experts which is always current and updated with the latest tech advancements
  5. Learn concepts from scratch, get access to lifetime mentoring, and advance your learning through step-by-step guidance on tools and techniques.
  6. Code reviews by professionals - Get reviews and feedback on your final projects from the professional developers
  7. Mentored by Industry Leaders - Our support team will guide and assist you whenever you require help
  8. The course provides Hands-on Training on React tools
You need to have familiarity with following skills:
  • HTML – Though React uses JSX, HTML skills are needed as they are foundation for web development. Ultimately at run time all your JSX instructions will be responsible to create HTML
  • CSS - CSS is required to layout HTML elements, with React you develop front end web applications which ultimately are HTML driven, your CSS skills will be helpful to design better UI
  • JavaScript (>=ES6) – React JS uses modern JS syntaxes and features. It is mandatory to attain intermediate JS skills with strong knowledge on-
    • Functions
    • Scope
    • Closures
    • Callbacks
    • Promises
    • Async/Await
  • React - React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces
There are multiple institutes in the market who offers ReactJS training. But, you should look out for the following points in order to choose the best training institutes for your ReactJS training:
  • The training institute must train you on the latest version.
  • The training institute should provide Interactive hands-on sessions.
  • The institute should have Industry Experts who can guide you anytime after the course completion.
  • The mentors of the institute should help the students in implementing technology in new projects.

Here is a list of the best training institutes for learning ReactJS:

  1. Zeolearn
  2. Udemy
  3. Lynda
  4. PluralSight
  5. Coursera

Among these React.js training providers, Zeolearn has become the top choice of developers with years of experience. They stated the following reasons for it:

  • The course is live and interactive so that you can clear all your doubts anytime with the instructors
  • Experience classroom even on remote - Learn to use collaborative mediums to share opinions and improve your coding skills with assistance from the instructors and other participants
  • The course provides reason-based training that helps to gain not just theoretical but also practical knowledge that makes the learning more simplified
  • The curriculum is designed by the experts which are always current and updated with the latest tech advancements
  • Learn concepts from scratch, access to lifetime mentoring, and advance your learning through step-by-step guidance on tools and techniques.
  • Code reviews by professionals - Get reviews and feedback on your final projects from the professional developers
  • Mentored by Industry Leaders - Our support team will guide and assist you whenever you require help
The pre-requisites before learning React Js are as follows:

  1. You need to have the knowledge of the programming languages like JavaScript and HTML (in case you don’t have knowledge of these languages, you can fo for a one or two-day intensive JavaScript training)
  2. You should know the basics of OOPS programming language
  3. The most important thing- an open mindset to learn new concepts
Being a JS development there is no specific IDE to say that suits best for react development. But some of the popular choices are
  • Vscode - Visual Studio Code is a source code editor developed by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and macOS. It includes support for debugging, embedded Git control, syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, snippets, and code refactoring
  • Atom - Atom is a free and open-source text and source code editor for macOS, Linux, and Microsoft Windows with support for plug-ins written in Node.js, and embedded Git Control, developed by GitHub. Atom is a desktop application built using web technologies.
  • Sublime – Sublime Text is a proprietary cross-platform source code editor with a Python application programming interface. It natively supports many programming languages and markup languages, and functions can be added by users with plugins, typically community-built and maintained under free-software licenses
  • Webstorm - WebStorm is a powerful IDE for modern JavaScript development. WebStorm provides full support for JavaScript, TypeScript, HTML, CSS as well as for frameworks such as React, Angular, and Vue.js right out of the box, no additional plugins are required. It is proprietary and licensed
React is a declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces for front end web applications whereas React Native is a JavaScript framework for writing real, natively rendering mobile applications for iOS and Android using the concepts of React.

React Native lets you build mobile apps using only JavaScript. It uses the same design as React, letting you compose a rich mobile UI using declarative components.

React Certification

There is no standard certification available in the market for ReactJS. However, you can always opt for ReactJS training which is provided by multiple institutes and learning platforms.

Zeolearn is one of the popular names in the learning industry who provides training on ReactJS. The core objective of this training program is to make an individual familiar with the beginner to intermediate concepts of React library to build SPA applications which help businesses to achieve faster ROI due to lesser maintenance and development cost and faster accessibility.

Zeolearn provides you with a course completion certificate on completion of your ReactJS training. This training provides you with a plethora of concepts, right from beginner to the intermediate level.

There are a few prerequisites for attending the ReactJS training, like, you should have prior experience of developing with JavaScript. In case, you lack this experience, Zeolearn provides you with one or two days of intensive JavaScript training. Once you complete the training, you are awarded a course completion certificate. The key features of the training include:
  • 24-hour Instructor-led training
  • Interactive hands-on sessions
  • Learn the latest version of ReactJS
  • Learn to build rich internet applications using ReactJS, and Redux
  • Get proper guidance by Industry Experts anytime after course completion
  • Students get help from Mentors in implementing technology in live/new projects
Based on the Neuvoo salary report, a ReactJS Developer working in the USA earns an average salary of $120.000 per annum and an hourly wage of $61.54. An entry-level professional starts with an annual salary of $58,500 per year and it goes up to $204,000 per annum for an experienced ReactJS Developer.

React Installation

The most popular and easiest way is to install a tool named create-react-app and create a react project with this tool. To install create-react-app, node and npm must be installed prior.

Nodejs is a server side javascript runtime which allows to run javascript outside browser. In react development nodejs primary helps dev tooling and dev experience and is not needed for production deployments.

npm is dependency management tool used to install javascript libraries.

Installation instructions

  • Download nodejs from here
  • Install nodejs
  • Open command prompt / terminal and run npm install -g create-react-app

once installed a command line with same name will be accessible to setup react projects and this tools also helps with building the production grade bundles

How to Install React on Windows
How to Install React on Mac
How to Install React on Ubuntu

NodeJS is required for development tooling and better development experience. For running react apps in production you do not need nodejs.
Usually any version of a package can be checked by looking into package.json. However, the version you see here may be slightly different than installed based on the keyword configuration. For an exact version, you can use React.version constant to find the current react version.

Redux

Redux is an independent JavaScript library for state management which can be used with any JavaScript applications not just with React. Since React is all about the components, redux cannot be integrated directly into React with ease. React redux is a mediation library to make React application use redux state management abilities.

Redux is a library used for global state management for JavaScript applications and this is most popular with React. Below are the notable features:
  • Predictable - One of the biggest challenges in enterprise applications is inconsistent behavior across multiple environments, with 3 simple core principles redux behaves consistently across environments making the application work predictably
  • Centralize - Redux has a principle of a single source of truth and all data of entire application is stored in single centralized store
  • Debuggable - Redux offers a great dev tooling which helps in better debugging of applications. One of the finest features is time travel debugging which helps you time travel back and forth on the application state changes.
  • Flexible - It is not tightly coupled to any library and can be used with any UI technology
Flux is an architectural pattern used in react applications, flux was one of the popular choices before redux was developed, whereas redux is a library used for state management. With Flux, it is a convention to have multiple stores per application, each store is a singleton object.

In Redux, the convention is to have a single store per application, usually separated into data domains internally.
Redux Saga is a middleware that works with redux to handle asynchronous actions in react redux applications. In redux, middleware provides a way to interact with actions that have been dispatched to the store before they reach the store's reducer. Since the flow of work between an action being dispatched and reducer making a state change is synchronous, there is no room to make asynchronous code execution in a redux workflow. This needed yet missing feature can be injected into redux workflow using middleware. Redux Saga is one of the popular alternatives with other being redux thunk, redux promise, redux loop etc.,
React boilerplate is a start kit or scaffolding tool like create-react-app used to create and manage react applications. It offers many features but some of the highlighted features are:
  • Quick scaffolding – using the provided CLI, it is easy to create components, containers, routes, selectors and sagas - and their tests
  • Offline-first – Application availability without a network connection, users can load the app instantly
  • SEO Support – SEO (document head tags management) for search engines that support indexing of JavaScript content. (eg. Google) is supported out of the box
  • Industry-standard i18n internationalization support – support multiple languages with `react-intl` library
At a minimum, you need a text editor and web browser. But for more developer productivity, performance and experience you need:
  • nodejs (dev tooling) - Nodejs is a server-side javascript runtime which allows running javascript outside browser. In React, development nodejs primary helps dev tooling and dev experience and is not needed for production deployments
  • Webpack (bundling) - Webpack is an open-source JavaScript module bundler. Its main purpose is to bundle JavaScript files for usage in a browser, yet it is also capable of transforming, bundling, or packaging just about any resource or asset. Webpack takes modules with dependencies and generates static assets representing those modules
  • yarn or npm (package management) – tools used to help manage dependencies
Depending on the project needs and CSS design there are several popular choices like
  • Materialui – React Components that Implement Google's Material Design.
  • React bootstrap – React bootstrap replaces the Bootstrap javascript. Each component has been built from scratch as true React components, without unneeded dependencies like jQuery
  • react toolbox - React Toolbox is a set of React components that implements Google Material Design specification. It is built on the top of some of the trendiest proposals like CSS Modules (written in SASS), Webpack and ES6. The library harmoniously integrates with your Webpack workflow and it is easily customizable and very flexible
  • semantic UI - Semantic empowers designers and developers by creating a shared vocabulary for UI
React router is a routing library that is used to implement navigation in react applications. React Router keeps your UI in sync with the URL.

It has a simple API with powerful features like lazy code loading, dynamic route matching, and location transition handling built right in.

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