Join Joe Chellman for an in-depth discussion in this video Identifying your components and data, part of React for Web Designers.
- In this video, we're going to take a look … at a static mock-up of what we want our result to look like … when our React project is done … and start making plans about … where our components should be … and what data we're planning for. … So, I've opened up the mockup.html file … here in my browser. … I have a mock-up of what we actually want in the end. … Pretty simple little thing. … We're going to be able to select the size of the sneaker, … and we're going to be able to choose a color … and when we choose the color, … the color of the shoe changes. … So, let's take a look at our html file … just to see how this mock-up works from that perspective. … Over here in Visual Studio Code, … I'm going to use control-G to skip down to line 114 again. … Here's where my React components will go. … And here's my static mock-up. … So, I just want you to note that we have some wrapping divs … for all these different elements. … The selectors are contained in their own div. … I have my size selector. …
- 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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