For the last couple of months, I’ve been working on expanding my Full-Stack JS course with React.js lectures.
What is React.js
React.js entered the web development scene in 2013 as an open-source project led by Facebook. Today, it’s one of the most popular tools to build single-page applications. In 2022 I expect React.js to continue its dominance.
- Clear structure (easy to learn!)
I’m making final edits to the 11 React lectures that cover a wide range of topics from the JSX to Events and Hooks.
Once the lectures are ready, you’ll be able to access them from the Navigation section
of the course.
JS runs natively in the browsers and there’s no visible replacement for it.
Thank me later :)