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What you'll get

  • Job Credibility
  • Certification Valid for Life
  • On-demand video*
  • E-Book
  • Self-Paced Learning
  • Certificate of Completion

Exam details

  • Mode of Exam : Online
  • Duration : 1 Hour
  • Multiple Choice Questions are asked
  • No. of Questions are asked : 50
  • Passing Marks : 25 (50%)
  • There is no negative marking

A perfect course for those who are tired of learning Swift or Android. React? Yes, you will figure it out. Hooks? Included. Authentication? Yes, of course.

It will teach you the core knowledge you need to understand and can also build React components for mobile devices.

Hooks were first implemented in React 16.8 in February 2019. They'll assist you in making your code more readable and organized. The elegant class-based syntax and idioms are still supported and will continue to be so for the future.

This course will teach you how to use React Native to construct real-world native apps and how to create truly reusable components that look amazing. Learn the language and principles of Redux and the Prototype, then publish your own apps on the Apple and Google Play Stores.

Learn how experienced engineers use mobile design patterns. Hooks allow you to "hook into" a component's lifecycle and state changes within a functional component. They also often improve the readability and system of your components.

Hooks do not take the place of a solid understanding of React basics and on the other hand it provides a more direct API to react notions like

  • props
  • state
  • context
  • refs
  • lifecycle

Hooks also provide a new powerful technique to combine them, as we will see later.

In 2022, React Hooks will be useful. It is currently one of the most in-demand and rapidly expanding technologies on the market.

React native is entire platform which allows you to develop mobile apps in a fraction of the time it takes to develop a same app such as iOS and Swift. Rather than having to wait for your Swift/Java code to recompile, you will be able to see your changes on your own device right away! it has risen to the top of the list of must-have skills for JavaScript engineers because of its short feedback loop and excellent cross-platform support.

All you need is a basic understanding of JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, which is essential.

Knowledge of ES6+ JavaScript is advantageous but not required. No prior knowledge of React or any other JS framework is required!

It is for those students who are curious in learning how to create responsive and speedy web apps. also, if you are curious to learn about a technology that is widely used and employed by leading internet companies such as Netflix and similar to these can take up this course. If you are one of those and want to advance your skills and study technology that is future proof should also take this course. This course is for anyone interested in becoming an expert in this field.

You will have additional job opportunities as a result of this training, and you will be able to see your future become more secure. So don't wait any longer and get this course right now.

Course Content

Total: 80 lectures
  • Introducing React and React Hooks
  • Technical requirements
  • Principles of React
  • Motivation for using React Hooks
  • Getting started with React Hooks
  • Overview of various Hooks
  • Using the State Hook
  • Technical requirements
  • Reimplementing the useState function
  • Problems with our simple Hook implementation
  • Comparing our reimplementation with real Hooks
  • Alternative Hook APIs
  • Solving common problems with Hooks
  • Solving problems with conditional Hooks
  • Writing Your First Application with React Hooks
  • Technical requirements
  • Structuring React projects
  • Implementing static components
  • Implementing stateful components with Hooks
  • Using the Reducer and Effect Hooks
  • Technical requirements
  • Reducer Hooks versus State Hooks
  • Implementing Reducer Hooks
  • Using Effect Hooks
  • Implementing React Context
  • Technical requirements
  • Introducing React context
  • Implementing themes
  • Using context for global state
  • Implementing Requests and React Suspense
  • Technical requirements
  • Requesting resources with Hooks
  • Preventing unnecessary re-rendering with React.memo
  • Implementing lazy loading with React Suspense
  • Using Hooks for Routing
  • Technical requirements
  • Creating multiple pages
  • Implementing routing
  • Using routing Hooks
  • Using Community Hooks
  • Technical requirements
  • Exploring the input handling Hook
  • React life cycles with Hooks
  • Various useful Hooks
  • Responsive design with Hooks
  • Undo/Redo with Hooks
  • Finding other Hooks
  • Rules of Hooks
  • Technical requirements
  • Calling Hooks
  • Order of Hooks
  • Names of Hooks
  • Enforcing the rules of Hooks
  • Dealing with useEffect dependencies
  • Building Your Own Hooks
  • Technical requirements
  • Extracting custom Hooks
  • Using our custom Hooks
  • Interactions between Hooks
  • Testing Hooks
  • Exploring the React Hooks API
  • Migrating from React Class Components
  • Technical requirements
  • Handling state with class components
  • Migrating from React class components
  • Trade-offs of class components
  • Redux and Hooks
  • Technical requirements
  • What is Redux?
  • Handling state with Redux
  • Using Redux with Hooks
  • Migrating a Redux application
  • Trade-offs of Redux
  • MobX and Hooks
  • Technical requirements
  • What is MobX?
  • Handling state with MobX
  • Using MobX with Hooks
  • Migrating a MobX application
  • The trade-offs of MobX


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