Join Joe Chellman for an in-depth discussion in this video Start using JSX with Babel Help, part of React for Web Designers (2018).
- [Instructor] At this point, we have not been…in the business of writing React code for very long,…but you may already be getting tired of having to write…React.creatElement over and over and over again.…Now, there are different ways to work around this.…You could create a variable for React.createElement,…say, rce, and then you could write your functions like this,…instead of having to type that code out all the time.…But there's another way to do that…that the React community uses all the time, which is jsx.…
In this video, we're going to start using jsx,…and using the Babel transpiler in the browser,…so that we don't have to install any Build tools to…get the benefits of jsx, and actually es6 in our files.…So, to do that, we're going to need to do…a little bit of installation first.…When I said that we weren't going to use…any extra tools at all, that was sort of a half truth,…because to get Babel running properly,…we need to use a local web server,…instead of addressing our files oven a local file url.…
- 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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