Join Joe Chellman for an in-depth discussion in this video Functional components, part of React for Web Designers.
- [Instructor] Now that we have our directory component, … which has our state and the whole wrapping structure … that we're going to place our other components in, … let's build up those other components. … Specifically we'll build up filters, people, … and the person component that isn't even mentioned so far. … So we'll create these as function components. … We'll start with the filters component. … Function filters with props as the argument, … and we're going to do something super simple here. … We're just going to return a little block … of static java script for now. … We're going to deal with this component a little more later. … Let's go into our file, and grab some markup. … So I'll just grab this form tag. … That'll be our wrapper. … And then when we define the actual elements in here, … they'll go in this place. … For now we'll just say filters go here. … That's enough. … Next we'll add our people component. … This is going to return mostly another block of JSX, … but because we're passing in our people prop, …
- Installing React on an existing site
- Thinking about a design in terms of components
- Creating fully-featured function components using Hooks
- Storing and retrieving data from an external RESTful API
- Employing third-party components for CSS animation
- Using conditional rendering
Skill Level Intermediate
Essentials of CSS for React Developerswith Eric Greene53m 31s Beginner
Using the exercise files1m 2s
1. Introducing React
2. First Project: Customizer
3. Second Project: Directory Browser
4. Third Project: Status Updater
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