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: TBD

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.

Curriculum

Day 1

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

Day 2

Forms, Authentication, and Hooks. Find out more

Day 3

Redux Fundamentals, deployment to production. Find out more

Day 4

Advanced React patterns and performance. Find out more

Day 5

Real-World Testing in React. Find out more

Day 6

Building a UI component library. Find out more

Our Remote Training

Coaches

Further details

  • Food not included.
  • Accomodation not included.
  • Hands-on training and progressive curriculum based on our teaching method.
  • Cohort and alumni Slack channels.
  • Further questions? Contact us :)
""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, Software Engineer - Freelance

Is this React Bootcamp right for me?

If you are a developer interested in becoming quickly a productive React developer, capable to work on real-world React projects, this is your training. This training is ideal for experienced programmers familiar with good practices, code reviews and pair programming. Read more about the experience required to attend this training here.

Requirements

  • Familiar with CSS, HTML, and git
  • Working knowledge of JavaScript
  • You have tried to learn a bit of React by yourself

Do you have any questions? Contact us :)

Prices

There is no event scheduled

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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