Join Carl Peaslee for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of React: ES6, ES2016, and Beyond.
- [Instructor] Throughout this course, I'll occasionally reference a folder of exercise files. As you're following along, you'll have access to the same files that I'll be using on the screen. You can download these files from the course page. I've downloaded them onto my desktop. You can see that they're organized by chapter. And within each chapter, I've provided a snapshot of the way our project looked at the beginning, and the way it looked at the end of a video. Occasionally, I'll make use of a resource outside our project. Those will likely be located in our final project folder, which will have a copy of the project at the end.
One thing to note about our exercise files. For one, I haven't included the node modules directory because that would take a lot of space. If you're opening this project for the first time, or skipping ahead in the application, you'll need to make sure that you run yarn install in your console to ensure that you have any necessary dependencies. Or, if you're using Windows or are unable to use yarn, don't worry about using yarn. It's really just an improved version of NPM. I also want to point out that these exercise files don't have a git repository attached to them. So, if you want to push them to your own Git Hub account, you'll need to make sure you initialize your own git repository, with it, your own URL.
Okay, so that should give you a good understanding of the way the exercise files are organized. In the next video, we'll install some dependencies you'll need on your computer.
- Using const and let
- Importing and exporting modules
- Arrow functions
- Destructing assignments
- Arguments and template literals
- Extended parameter handling with the spread operator
- Generating custom styles
- Classes, getters and setters