Introduction to ReactJS

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ReactJS is the latest JavaScript framework to capture the hearts and attention of the frontend developer community.

Developers love ReactJS because it highly performant and renders changes almost instantly. The best part about ReactJS is that it is a relatively small framework and does not take too much time to learn!

Starting with the basics of JSX syntax, this course will teach you how to model UI components using React Components. By the end you should be able to manage the state and life cycle of React Components and use them to dynamically generate lists and forms.

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8/10 starsCompleted
2 years, 7 months ago
There is a lot to learn from this course, especially from the hands on tutorials and mini-project assignments. I'm grateful that Microsoft created and shared this material. The course isn't perfect and feels a little thrown together at times, but it's definitely worth taking.
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To enhance my skills through challenging, career oriented course. it will helpful to complete work on excel.
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