1-Week React ReduxBootcamp: Remote

Looking for a quick way to learn React? This complete Bootcamp is remote, so you won't need travel or commute to attend

  • Date: 23 Sep to 30 Sep
  • Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
  • Timings: 09:00-18:00 GMT+01:00
  • Location:
  • Conference room: Zoom.us

React Redux Bootcamp Outline

This complete Remote React JS Redux course consists of the combination of the Fundamentals and the Advanced. It’s a fast-paced program that allows you to attend an online live React training, and learn React fast in one week of full-day training. If you want to make sure this is the training for you, you can try it first.


Day 1 - 23 Sep , 09:00 - 18:00

Thinking in React, Modern JavaScript, Routing & Data Fetching. Find out more

Day 2 - 24 Sep , 09:00 - 18:00

Forms, Authentication, and Hooks. Find out more

Day 3 - 25 Sep , 09:00 - 18:00

Redux Fundamentals, deployment to production. Find out more

Day 4 - 28 Sep , 09:00 - 18:00

Advanced React patterns and performance. Find out more

Day 5 - 29 Sep , 09:00 - 18:00

Real-World Testing in React. Find out more

Day 6 - 30 Sep , 09:00 - 18:00

Building a UI component library. Find out more

Our Remote Training


Further details

"Just do it. I think it’s difficult to talk this way, but if I do it’s because I thought this React Bootcamp was the best course on the planet"

Rafa Fraga, Developer - Freelance

Is this React Bootcamp right for me?

  • You know JavaScript, HTML, git, and a bit of React
  • Intense training for extremely rapid learning by focusing on one thing during one week.
  • You are interested in code reviews and pair programming.
  • You agree to our teaching method.

Do you have any questions? Contact us :)


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Frequently Asked Questions

Is any React training good for beginners? What’s the experience required?

Read more here and identify the right training for you. There are 3 variables when it comes to experience: 1) experience with React, and 2) years of experience with JavaScript (as a primary language). and 3) Experience as a developer using JavaScript as a secondary language.

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