What you’ll learn
- Recognize the Document Object Model (DOM).
- Using the DOM, alter web page components
- Learning to Use Arithmetic Operators and Compute
- Work with Arrays, Including Multidimensional Arrays, in Education.
- Learn how to join, sort, and splice arrays.
- Become knowledgeable about including the jQuery library in web development projects.
- Investigate the jQuery syntax and selectors.
- Working with jQuery Events
- Learn how to use jQuery’s component toggles.
- Learn jQuery Object Animation.
- Get to Know jQuery’s Callback Functions
- Find out how to use jQuery to create interactive navigation components.
- Get familiar with jQuery’s Get Content Method!
- Learn how to use the React library to create front-end UI components.
- Examine the React Foundations.
- Recognize the Resources Required for React Projects
- Learn to test front-end development projects with Code Pen.
- Learn how to use callbacks, components, and props in React.
- Recognize how to use the React State Hook and events.
- Debug React Projects: Learn to Do It.
- Learn how to style React UI Components globally, dynamically, and inline.
- Use React Key Properties and React Lifecycle Events.
- Learn about React’s Conditional Rendering.
- You can deploy React projects using Surge and Netlify.
- Learn the essentials of the Fetch API and the JSON Server.
- Find out how to use React to create a calculator, a Connect-4 clone, and a completely unique e-commerce site.
- Getting to Know the React Router
- Create a React-based E-Commerce Search Feature.
- Learn React’s Form Validation API
- No prior programming knowledge is necessary. Everything you need to know will be taught to you.
- Basic knowledge of computers.
- Basic familiarity with HTML and CSS.
This contains information on how to integrate jQuery into a website as well as an introduction to jQuery syntax. The use of jQuery selectors, events, and toggling will be taught to the students. The jQuery animation function fades, and slides are then used to create animations. Among the topics covered in class are the get content method, callback functions, chaining, draggable objects, toggling classes, and filtering. The jQuery module will teach you how to create spectacular animated web pages quickly and easily.
Beginning with a practical project, the React segment of this course teaches you how to use functional React components, props, callback functions, OnClick Events, and the React State hook to create a fully working calculator. The second project, where you will create a connect-4 clone, will then be introduced. In this section, we’ll go over more advanced ideas, including providing props, destructuring, passing arguments to click events, different styling techniques, and managing callbacks. Additionally, conditional rendering, React lifecycle events, and the React key property will be covered. By the end, you’ll have made a fully functional Connect-4 game board that can be played with other people or by yourself and has AI features.
In the course’s last segment, we develop a full e-commerce site with several product categories, a product display, a shopping cart function, and other features to further explore the capabilities of React. Here, we introduce a number of crucial new ideas, including the JSON server, the Fetch API, and setting up the React router. Following that, we explore stylized components, rework the store layout, and React’s “context” idea.
You can see that this course covers a lot of material. The best part is that Tim Maclachlan, a respected senior full-stack developer with more than 20 years of expertise in commercial development, co-authored it. Tim is a multifaceted developer with a focus on mobile, analytical, and algorithmic programming. He has created many apps and worked in a variety of fields, including banking and finance, as well as commercial and military aircraft. Tim is excited to communicate with his pupils and has a genuine love for teaching people how to code.
Who this course is for:
- Who are interested in combining React and jQuery to create interactive UI components