React Js Developer Training Certification

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React.js is a front-end JavaScript Library developed by Facebook that allows one to create usable and highly interactive UI components. Popular for its fast performance, React.js is particularly useful for building mobile applications. The course will help you understand how the modularity of the React.js ecosystem can help you build more SEO-friendly applications and websites for mobile !

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Course Overview
Introduction to ReactJS and Configuration
Get started with configuring React.js, Webpack, Babel, Hot Module Replacement (HMR), ESLint, BabelLint, amp, and Twitter Bootstrap and also learn how to use Git commands through the command prompt. Learn the basic building blocks of how to start with React as a Library of JavaScript. Learn the state management by creating a different component with understanding constructor and bindings.
Introduction to ES2015/ES6 for building React Application
Learn how to program Reacts using new ES2015/ES6 Semantics. In this module, you will be learning all the new Features of ES6 like Classes, Inheritance, Getter, Setter, Arrow => Operator, Default Variables, Rest Operator, Deconstruct Operator, Solving ‘this’ reference issues with Arrow Operator, Array Functions, Iterators, Generators, Babel Transpilation from ES6 to ES5.
ReactJS Components and Their Lifecycles
Gain expertise in learning the React Ecosystem, Component Lifecycle, Components Design, and also learn to use the React data flow, events, actions and amp forms. Learn how to build the project by understanding Virtual DOM, Render method, State Management. Differentiate Render and React DOM.render method used in the app. Integrate JSF with react web pages. Access DOM nodes using Refs.Update data from stores, State Subscribers, React Component as Views. You will also learn how to maintain Application state, Event Reducers, Retrieving State and Combining Reducers.
Set the Development Environment and SPA using React with Redux Framework
Master to develop and create Multiple Component programmatically. Understand the composition using parent-child node tree and create Dynamic children. Understand the index route and links. Also, learn how to develop a Single Page Application (SPA) by getting started with the development environment. In this module, you will learn more about React.js with using Redux as a framework, integrating the usage of redux and how they help solve problems, You will receive an in-depth knowledge of Redux Framework, and JSX for developing a bookshop application. Understand Unidirectional data flow and difference between One way and Two data binding.
ReactJS Testing
Organize the test code using Mocha tool and Chai. Understand how to use Immutable.js.Testing Reducers and Testing Stores.
ReactJS Native
In this module, you will go through the demo application and understand from scratch how to create a React Native Application. Understand the reloading Component in browsers. In this session, you will also learn how to debug the code and how React render at the client side and server side. At last, you will be making an app live in production ready.
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Course Syllabus
  • Data Driven Web Applications
  • Data Driven Web Application in Ideal Shape
  • Data Driven Web Application in Reality
  • Introduction to Flux and GrapQL
  • Relay
  • Webpack
  • Babel
  • Understanding DOM
  • Working with Nodes and Elements
  • Accessing the DOM
  • Creating DOM Elements
  • JavaScript Events
  • JavaScript Timers
  • JavaScript in HTML5
  • HTML5 Video
  • HTML5 Audio
  • HTML5 Local Storage
  • Geolocation
  • Modernizers
  • Using Strict Mode
  • AJAX
  • XMLHttpRequest Object
  • onstatechange Event
  • Parsing XML using Ajax
  • Reading JSON using Ajax
  • Introduction to JS Libraries
  • JavaScript Best Practices.
  • What is ES6?
  • Does all browser supports ES6?
  • Some Basic Features of ES6
  • Scoping
  • Destructuring
  • Promises
  • Arrow functions
  • Generators
  • Classes
  • Inheritance
  • Get & Set Module
  • Rest Parameters
  • Spread
  • Sets and Maps
  • WeakMap
  • Iterators.
  • Setup Items Introduction
  • Setting up React
  • Setting up Webpack and Babel
  • Setup Webpack Dev Server for React
  • Setup npm Registry
  • Setup Project (a node project)
  • How to Built up a Project (Building Project)
  • Setup Project npm Dependency and Dev Dependency
  • HMR (Hot Module Replacement)
  • Webpackӳ Hot Module replacement in action
  • Linting our project
  • Setup EsLint and Babel lint
  • Setup EsLint and Babel lint loaders
  • EsLint in action
  • Putting style to our project
  • Adding Sass style file
  • Setup Sass
  • Adding Twitter Bootstrap
  • Setup Bootstrap
  • Running App
  • React Virtual DOM
  • Thinking in React
  • React Ecosystem
  • React Componentӳ Lifecycle
  • Components Design
  • React Developer Tools
  • IDE for React and Plugins to Improve the Productivity
  • Introduction to JSX
  • Writing a Hello World in React
  • ES5 and Stateless React Component
  • React component in ES2015
  • Browser and JSX(Browser Understanding)
  • Hello World React App Using JSX and Without JSX
  • JSX Summary
  • Introduction to One Way Data Flow in React
  • Introduction to One Way Data Flow in React
  • Props and State
  • Passing Data to Child Component
  • Handling State of Component
  • Letӳ Upgrade our Target App for Data Flow
  • Letӳ Upgrade our Target App for Data Flow
  • Refactoring
  • Events in React
  • Data Binding
  • Events in React
  • Events and Actions
  • Synthetic Events
  • Communication Among Components
  • Introduction to GraphQL
  • REST vs GraphQL
  • Thinking about GraphQL
  • Query
  • GraphQL Server Setup
  • GraphQL Schema File
  • GraphQL Server Configuration
  • Running a GraphQL Server
  • GraphiQL IDE
  • GraphQL App
  • Hello World Counter App in GraphQL
  • Router
  • Behaviour of Browser
  • Introduction to Router
  • The Basics
  • Configuration
  • RouteConfig
  • RouterOutlet
  • RouterLink
  • ROUTER_PROVIDERS
  • Navigation
  • Life Cycle
  • Two critical Points
  • Child Routers
  • Query Parameters
  • URL Style/HTML5 Mode
  • Linker Route Parameters
  • Introduction to Flux
  • Flux Components
  • Flux Dispatcher
  • Flux Store
  • Flux with React
  • Flux vs MVC
  • MVC: Ideal App
  • MVC: A Real App
  • FLUX to Help an Application
  • Introduction to Relay
  • Main Parts of Relay
  • Relay Container
  • Relay Route
  • Relay Root
  • Architecture Diagram
  • Cache Model
  • Data Fetching Rules in Relay
  • Relay Cache Model
  • GraphQL Schema(Examples)
  • Relay Code Update to Display List of Books
  • Relay Fragment Design
  • High Level Diagram of Preparing an App
  • Introduction to GraphQL Connection
  • GraphQL Schema Update to Display List of Books
  • GraphQL Connection
  • GraphiQL IDE
  • Relay Connection
  • Relay Codes for Preparing an Real Time App
  • GraphQL Schema Update
  • Node Interface
  • Updating Schema
  • Running App
  • Mutation operations
  • Mutation by GraphiQL
  • GraphiQL IDE Docs
  • Relay Changes
  • Updating Relay Container and ReactCcomponent to Support Mutation
  • Relay Delete Mutation
  • GraphQL Mutation
  • Delete Mutation from GraphiQL
  • Relay Advance Data Handling
  • GraphQL Schema Update
  • Filter Support Test on GraphiQL
  • Update Relay Code for Filter
  • Introduction to Unit Testing React and Relay
  • Building Testing Framework
  • Test File Bundler: Webpack
  • Test Runner- Mocha
  • Mocha-Webpack
  • Assertion and Mock Library: Expect
  • Test Utils
  • Location and File Name for Test Files
  • Setting up the npm Dependencies
  • Webpack config for Test
  • npm Scripts to Run Test
  • Sample Unit Test
  • Testing React Component
  • Use Case for Testing
  • Testing React Component
  • Use Case for Testing
  • Limitation of React Test Utils
  • Intro to Enzyme
  • React Testing with Relay
  • Building RelayMock
  • Re-Star React Testing with Relay Mock
  • Production Build
  • Entire Build Prod Server Procedure
  • Creating JSON File and npm Installation
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Mentee can select project from predefined set of AcadGild projects or they can come up with their own ideas for their projects
  • Data Driven Web Applications
  • Data Driven Web Application in Ideal Shape
  • Data Driven Web Application in Reality
  • Introduction to Flux and GrapQL
  • Relay
  • Webpack
  • Babel
  • Understanding DOM
  • Working with Nodes and Elements
  • Accessing the DOM
  • Creating DOM Elements
  • JavaScript Events
  • JavaScript Timers
  • ReactJS introduction
  • Single page application
  • MVC pattern
  • Single page vs Multi-page application
  • Introduction to development environment
  • Introduction to node.js
  • Introduction to NPM (Node Package Manager)
  • Setup NPM project with quick start configuration
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Debugger for chrome for debugging with Visual Studio Code
  • New string features
  • Symbols
  • Template literals
  • Variables and scoping
  • De-structuring
  • Parameter handling
  • Object literals enhancements
  • Arrow functions
  • New OOP features beside classes
  • Classes
  • Modules
  • The for-of loop
  • New array features
  • Map and sets
  • Typed arrays
  • Iterables and iterators
  • Generators
  • New regular expression features
  • Asynchronous programming
  • Promises for asynchronous programming
  • Unicode in ES6
  • Meta programming with proxies
  • Coding style tips in ES6
  • Overview of what’s new in ES
  • Installing starter dependencies
  • Configure webpack in webpack.config.js
  • HTML webpack template for index.html
  • Configure startup scripts in package.json
  • Run webpack setup
  • First program in React
  • Component composition and naming
  • Files and folder structure
  • React (Virtual) DOM terminology
  • Root component - index.jsx
  • Module import
  • World.jsx component
  • Class definition
  • Event handlers and setState
  • JSX and the render method
  • Properties
  • Event UI binding
  • PropTypes and defaultProps
  • Styling React component
  • Run development serve
  • React chrome extension
  • Add production plugins
  • HTML & CSS minifying
  • Webpack production webpack.config.js
  • Loaders
  • Profiling webpack build
  • Naming files and folders and modules
  • Imports and exports
  • Stateless components and pure functions
  • Classes and inheritance
  • Constructor and binding
  • Properties and property types
  • State management
  • Lifecycle methods
  • Event handlers
  • Render and ReactDOM.render methods
  • JSF features and syntax
  • Accessing DOM nodes using Refs
  • Render multiple components programmatically
  • Composition using parent child node tree
  • Presentational and container components
  • Dynamic children
  • Route configuration
  • Route matching
  • Histories
  • Index routes and links
  • Lint config in webpack.lint.config.js
  • JavaScript lint using ESLint
  • StyleLint for CSS
  • Mocha chai Behavior-Driven development
  • Enzyme React component testing
  • JSDOM browser.js helper
  • Sinon spy methods and events
  • Istanbul code coverage
  • Start with mock
  • Break the UI into component hierarchy
  • Build a static version in React
  • Identify minimal representation UI state
  • Identify where your state should live
  • Add inverse Data-Flow
  • Overview of reactive programming
  • Benefits of Uni directional data flow
  • One-way vs Two-way bindings
  • Building blocks in Flux
  • Dispatcher
  • Stores
  • Action
  • Views
  • The role of dispatcher
  • Registering callbacks
  • Triggering actions
  • The role of store
  • Maintain application state
  • Event broadcasting
  • Creating reducers
  • Retrieving state
  • Combining reducers
  • Creating actions
  • Dispatching actions to dispatcher
  • Dispatching Async actions
  • Using middleware’s
  • React components as views
  • State subscribers
  • Updating data from stores
  • React-React bindings
  • Binding Components to store using ‘Connect’
  • Injecting Redux store using Provider
  • Using providers with React routers
  • Organizing test code using mocha & chai
  • Testing stores
  • Testing reducers
  • Using ‘Immutable.js’
  • Introduction
  • Overview on demo applications
  • Hot reloading components in browser
  • Debugging concepts
  • Server-Side rendering
  • React and Redux best practices
  • Making app production ready
Customers Feedback
FAQ's
React.js is a JavaScript Library developed by Facebook and is much easier to grasp and is much faster as compared to Angular.js as it uses Virtual DOM.
React.js is slowly gaining popularity over Angular.js as per Reddit. Besides, there already are a lot of Angular.js developers in the market today. Given how recent React.js is, presently it is difficult to find developers with more than 1 year of experience in the field.
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This course is intended for professionals who want to develop Middle Layer (API) for Enterprise Application. This course will help them gain experience in building real-time, high-level applications.