list 3 séquences
assignment Niveau : Introductif
label Informatique & Programmation
chat_bubble_outline Langue : Français
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timer 20 heures de cours

En résumé

In this course, you'll learn how to use the React JavaScript library for building user interfaces. One of the most popular JavaScript libraries in the world, it powers sites like Facebook, the New York Times, eBay, and Pinterest. It will allow you to create UIs that fluidly handle complex interactions without creating tangled and hard-to-read JavaScript.

You'll learn how to build a React interface from the ground up, beginning with a set of specifications and ending with a working application that follows the best practices advocated by the React team.

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Le programme

Prerequisites:

While this course makes an effort to explain language concepts as they appear, you'll get the most out of it if you're not struggling to understand the native constructs of the JavaScript language. You should be comfortable working with functions, variables, loops, arrays, and objects in JavaScript. The course also makes extensive use of some newer features in the JavaScript language, and while it spends a bit more time on these, some familiarity with ES Modules, classes, and arrow functions will only help.

 
Partie 1 - Set up a React development environment
 
1. Understand React and JavaScript frameworks
2. Use 'create-react-app' to build your React app
3. Look at what's been installed and generated
4. Mounting React inside the webpage
5. Check out the `App` component
6. Start serving and developing your React app
Quiz : Understanding React
 
Partie 2 - Build components
 
1. Components and props
2. Build a ticking clock component
3. Handle events
4. Understand one-way data bindings
Quiz : Working With Components
 
Partie 3 - Build an app
 
1. Break requirements down into components
2. Build a static app
3. Identify state
4. Handle user input
5. Practice: Add a validation message
6. Practice: Extend the form functionality to edit existing products
 
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Les intervenants

Emily Reese
Emily's from New York City and lives in Paris, France. She's a web developer (formerly at Kickstarter), teacher at OpenClassrooms, and more!
Alexander Cox
I'm a frontend developer but my favorite JS is JS Bach. Formerly Kickstarter, and Patch.

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Le concepteur

OpenClassrooms (anciennement le Site du Zéro ou SdZ), est un site web qui propose des cours autour de l'informatique, des sciences et de l'entrepreneuriat.

Les cours en ligne peuvent être réalisés aussi bien par l'équipe du site, des professeurs d'universités ou de grandes écoles partenaires que par ses membres.

Aujourd'hui, les cours sont disponibles dans plusieurs format : MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), texte web, e-book, livre et en vidéo. L'entreprise délivre des certifications pour certains cours, dont une reconnue par l'état, en partenariat avec IESA multimédia.

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