Developers who are frustrated with the disjointed approach to learning React and want a more linear, coherent path.
Curious Angular developers who want to learn React and integrate it into their existing code bases.
jQuery or Backbone developers who want to learn a more declarative, component based approach to building UIs.
React developers who want to dive into the world of Redux, React Native, Universal React, or even just more advanced React topics.
Native mobile developers who want to see what all the hype around React is about.
Front end developers wanting to modernize their skillset in order to get a raise or apply for another job.
Mid to Sr level developers who are confident in their ability to learn quickly and want the quickest approach to learning the React ecosystem.
Investing in React
As of today, you can use React to build Web, Native, Windows, Virtual Reality, Xbox, and Universal applications. React has and will continue to fundamentally shape the way that we develop on all of those platforms. It's not a fad and it's not going away anytime soon. If you're a front end developer now or anytime this decade, you'll be at a strategic and financial disadvantage if you don't familiarize yourself with the principles of React.
"React is such a good idea that we will spend the rest of the decade continuing to explore its implications and applications."
One aspect of why our courses are so highly reviewed is the way they're structured. They're all built on top of three learning methodlogies we believe strongly in...
A common complaint when learning a new technology is that there's typically no linear roadmap. You're left piecing together documentation and blog posts only to find you're still missing critical pieces. This is even worse with React because you're not only piecing together different resources, but also different technologies. These courses solve this issue by having each course build on top of the next, that way, your roadmap to learning the React ecosystem is as smooth as possible.
How many times have you watched a lecture or a video, felt confident, then sat down to build something on your own and didn't even know where to start? This is the harm of passive learning. Passive learning is the biggest enemy to growth because it gives you the illusion of learning without any of the benefits. The real learning comes from actually building something and all of our courses are built around this idea. In each course you'll see two different projects; one we'll build together via the videos and the other you'll build on your own via the curriculum.
All Learning Types
Everyone learns differently, though we all benefit from repetition. All of our courses were designed with this in mind. Every lesson includes both text and video; the text focuses on the topic itself, while the video applies the topic to a real world project.
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