In this course, you'll master React's fundamentals without touching Redux, Webpack, or GraphQL. And along the way you'll build a real-world app with form validation, asynchronous storage, and proper structure.
Make callback hell a thing of the past.
await to escape callback hell forever.
React components have a habit of growing over time. But is this actually a problem? After all, it seems a little odd to create many small components that are used only once...
<script> tags and React's
createElement() function to build an app in a single file.
With no Redux, no Webpack, and no NPM!
I've already got an application. I don't want to rebuild it from scratch. How can I integrate React into what I've already got?