Components are the building blocks of React applications. In this video, take a look at how to build a simple component with React.
- [Instructor] React is designed to let you…build applications by linking together a series…of smaller bits of code called components.…So let's take a slightly deeper look at our app component.…Before we get started, make sure you've watched…the previous movie, where I show you…how to install Create React App.…So we're taking a look right now at our app.js file,…that is in the source folder,…and it's from the application that I created…that's on my desktop.…I've got the preview right here going,…and I did that by running the NPM start command.…
I did that also in this Visual Studio code ternimal…which is right here.…It's still happily running in the background.…And it can continue to run.…I'm going to start every video with this already going…in the background, so let's go ahead and close this out.…And I want to cover something about this application…that I showed you, that the index.js file…is where you'll load the main application,…and target an element with an ID of "root"…that is in our index.html document.…
- Integrating Firebase
- Managing state in forms
- Registering users
- Logging users in and out
- Creating, editing, and deleting records from Firebase
- Filtering and searching data
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Routing and Connecting to a Database
3. Registering and Logging In Users
4. Working with Firebase Data
5. Working with Attendees
6. Filtering and Searching
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