You’ve likely have heard of React by now. It’s a great way to build user interfaces; it promotes clean separation of components and reusable code; and, while it may wax verbose in terms of characters typed, it’s really simple to maintain once you have written it.
Brian Holt takes attendees from knowing nothing about React to writing React in its most novel format—using all of the ES6 features. Brian covers killer concepts like ES6 classes, arrow functions, let and const, and Promises—the new way of binding context in ES6. Brian also demonstrates Node.js server-side rendering of React (also know as universal rendering). You’ll discover exactly how React works by building several complete React components, including a small app. This workshop is equally appropriate for people with zero knowledge of React and people who have been writing React with the older, ES5-compatible syntax. No knowledge of ES6 is necessary.
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