Join Joe Chellman for an in-depth discussion in this video Set up first simple component, part of React for Web Designers (2018).
- [Narrator] In this video, we're going to create…the product image component for the photo of the sneaker,…and we're going to change our product customizer…into a component as well,…so it can contain all the other components.…So here's our index.html file in its current state,…with just our little "Hello world" element here,…and here's the mock-up.…So we're going to create the component…for this product image, and the wrapper.…Switching back to my editor,…we're going to get started here.…Currently, ProductCustomizer is just an element.…
We're going to change this.…We're going to make this into a component.…Now, there are two kinds of components…that you can create in React.…You can create functions,…and you can create classes.…Usually, we start out with functions…because they're simpler to do,…and then, if we need more power,…we can always change them into a class later.…So I'm going to redefine this as a function.…So, doing it this way,…we're creating what's called a functional component.…When you write one of these,…
- Identify notable features about how React works.
- Identify good early steps for any React project.
- Explain why the little PHP app that powers our API has a way to add delay.
- Outline what a lifecycle method is.
- Recall the React convention that must be followed when adding a status message.
- Explain the purpose of React.Fragment.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introducing React
2. First Project: Customizer
3. Second Project: Directory Browser
4. Third Project: Status Updater
Next steps: Lots more React2m 37s
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