Join Eve Porcello for an in-depth discussion in this video React.js syntax, part of Learning React.js.
- [Woman] To get started with React we'll work…within an index.html file.…First we need to add the React library,…and the simplest way to get started with that…is to go to the Facebook home page,…click on the download React button,…and then if we scroll down slightly we'll see…all of these individual downloads.…Now the first of these is for development,…it's uncompressed and there's a lot of comments…that are here in the documents.…We also see this production build…which was minified and compressed.…There are also a couple more for add-ons,…so that allows you to handle things like…adding transitions and testing utilities…and other optional features.…
But for now let's just get started with…this development version.…So I'm going to copy both the script for React…and the script for ReactDOM.…And then both of these can be placed right here…in the head of my document on line four.…Now that I've added these I need to add…another script tag, and this script tag…is going to house all of my React content.…The script tag is going to contain a function called…
- What is React.js?
- Introducing JSX
- Creating a React component
- Handling events
- Using state
- Working with PropTypes
- Adding child elements
- Mounting and updating components
- Creating a React.js app
Skill Level Beginner
Building a Web Interface with React.jswith Ray Villalobos1h 21m Intermediate
1. What Is React.js?
2. Getting Started
3. React Components
4. Props and State
5. Enhancing Components
6. Creating an App
Using create-react-app4m 38s
Next steps1m 4s
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