3-Hour React Trial: Remote

You can now try any React training remote and free of risk, and understand if it's a good fit for you before buying

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React Trial Outline #

Curriculum

  • The Imperative to Declarative shift
  • UI as a function of state and props
  • React component tree, host tree, and virtual tree
  • Lifting state up
  • One-way top-down data flow
  • React composition model
  • React developer tools
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Learning Objectives

  • Differentiate between declarative and imperative programming
  • Break down a UI into components.
  • Identify what's state and which components should hold it
  • Determine when to lift the state up
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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 :)
"We're moving to React so I've looked at the codebase to identify where we could be using advanced patterns..."

Lara Ramey, Software Developer - Meredith Corporation

Is this React trial right for me? Are you...

  • A developer interested in starting quickly your career as a React developer.
  • You don't have to make critical decisions on your own in the React projects you work on.
  • You are interested in intense training for extremely rapid learning by focusing on one thing during 3 days.
  • You learn by doing. This is a hands-on project-based training - most of the time you'll be coding.
  • You think code reviews and pair programming are useful and you are interested in getting feedback on your coding.

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