React

Learn React from the pros. Pluralsight offers expert authored React training that will take your software development knowledge to the next level. Learn how to create interactive UIs, develop encapsulated components to pass rich data through your app, and more.

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React is a library with so much power, but so few strong opinions. So building something significant requires a large number of decisions and work to build the foundation. In Building Applications with React and Redux in ES6, you will learn how to use Redux, React Router, and ES6 to build...
This course covers the basics of React.js and prepares the student to start developing web applications with the library. React.js is a an open-source JavaScript library for creating user interfaces with a focus on the UI that's abstracted from the DOM, and a one-way reactive data flow. The...
Get started with React, React Router, and Flux by building a real-world style data-driven application that manages Pluralsight author data. This course uses a modern client-side development stack including Node, Browserify, Gulp, and Bootstrap.
This course covers the features offered by React and explains their advantages and disadvantages relative to the other popular options available. Important topics include: React's one-way reactive data flow, the virtual DOM, and JSX syntax for describing markup.
In this course, you'll learn how to use your existing JavaScript skills to build native apps for iOS and Android. You don't even need to be a React expert to follow along! You'll learn how to get going with React Native with minimum development setup as we'll be using Exponent to help us get...
This course introduces AngularJS developers to React and Flux, the front-end component library and architectural approach created by the team at Facebook. Learn how React differs from Angular 1.x, how Flux differs from MV*, and how Angular developers can switch to the React/Flux mindset.
In this course, we create a React.js application on top of an Express.js project on Node.js. We'll have our data stored in MongoDB and exposed with a GraphQL endpoint on the server. For the clients on the frontend, we'll see examples of how to work with data using the Flux pattern first, then...
In this course, we'll build a full-featured web application which emphasizes lighting-fast load times and live updates. We'll learn how to use React.js to build a front-end web application, and use Browserify and Gulp to load the app isomorphically in Node.js. We'll also learn how to implement...
Do you have experience in web development and would like to gain valuable experience in mobile development? React Native enables you to leverage your existing skills to build slick native iOS apps. React is extremely popular, has great community support, and now, through React Native, supports...
React has changed the way that people think about writing UIs. It has encouraged a community where ideas about how to style UIs have changed as well. There are now several compelling options for how to style your React components. Some are more traditional, some are more progressive. You'll be...