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Mobile and Web Development with React and React Native

Learn React with React JS, React Native, Router, Hooks and Context course and dive deeper into React Native
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Dive in React JS and Native
Learn how to build single page applications with React JS
Learn to connect to an external API
Create reusable React Components
Set up our virtual environment
Install React-Native dependencies for MAC and Windows
Run Android and IOS simulator
JSX syntax and expressions
ES6 syntax
See the content on the simulator
User Inputs, Forms and Events in React
Using React Portals to render Children Outside the DOM Hierarchy
React JS Hooks and Context
React’s modern face is to develop web applications with React Js Hooks and Context
Creating Hooks and Context structures
Routing with React Router
Route Between Different Screens
Data Transfer Between Different Screens with React Navigation
Reducer, action and dispatch concepts and much more
How to use coding techniques to make efficient development with React
Build fast, user-friendly web apps with React
React, also known as React js, saves time and effort for developers since they only need one programming language.
Web development is a broad description of the tasks and technologies that go into creating a website.
Some web developers will obtain a degree or certification in the field. However, most jobs don't require a specific degree or level of education
Whether you’re interested in adding React to your existing dev skillset, or you want to develop fullstack web apps by using tools like NodeJS Redux and Mongodb
React, or React JS, is a frontend Javascript library for building UI components for the web.

Hello there,

Welcome to Mobile and Web Development with React and React Native course.
Learn React with React JS, React Native, Router, Hooks and Context course and dive deeper into React Native

React is one of the best choices for building modern web applications. If you are new to React or maybe you’ve been struggling to learn and truly understand what’s going on then this course is the best way for you to learn React.

Each aspect of creating websites and applications entails a unique set of skills. Udemy offers a host of courses to bring you up to speed on modern front-end, back-end, and fullstack web development practices and skills.

The world of web development is as wide as the internet itself. Much of our social and vocational lives play out on the internet, which prompts new industries aimed at creating, managing, and debugging the websites and applications that we increasingly rely on.

React-Native is a library developed by the React team and it is widely used to create mobile applications for both Android and IOS. You do not need to learn Java, Android, Swift, Objective-C, or anything of that.  React and JavaScript is all you need to create awesome mobile apps that work on both Android and iOS.

  • Do you want to learn React Js from scratch?

  • Do you want to learn React Native from scratch?

  • Do you want to learn the latest React features of Hooks and Context system?

  • Do you want to create an app with React React Router; in a very detailed way?

If your answer is “Yes”, you are in the right place. This Mobile and Web Development with React and React Native course will be a perfect match.

React is one of the best choices for building modern web applications. If you are new to React or maybe you’ve been struggling to learn and truly understand what’s going on then this course is the best way for you to learn React.

React-Native is a library developed by the React team and it is widely used to create mobile applications for both Android and IOS. You do not need to learn Java, Android, Swift, Objective-C, or anything of that.  React and JavaScript is all you need to create awesome mobile apps that work on both Android and iOS.

This course is for all levels. We will take you from beginner to advance level.  You will learn  React development step-by-step with hands-on demonstrations. To be able to benefit from this course, all you need is a basic understanding of JavaScript.

In the course, we are going to tell you what dependencies you need to install and how in detail, to be able to create mobile apps on both MAC and Windows. We are going to use free tools and platforms so you don’t have to buy any tool or app. You are going to learn how to run an Android and IOS simulator on your MAC or Windows computer. Besides, with the Expo app, you will be able to run your apps on your own mobile device as well.

Later on the course, we are going to learn basics of React and React Navigation. JSX, ‘props system’ and ‘state system’ are going to be crystal clear for you at the end of the course. We are going to create nice looking reusable components. You are going to be able to use these reusable components in your own future projects. You are going to go to different screens from the app with React-navigation.

Finally you are going to learn the latest React features “Hooks and Context” system. We are going to create two nice looking app, teach you “Hooks and Context” in a very detailed way. You are going to learn how to use “state” in functional components with the “Hooks” system and with “Context API” you won’t need any third-party package to manage the Application state.

We tried to tell all complex topics in very detail on the course. We used some diagrams to tell some important topics and created a nice-looking mobile application. We showed two different ways to create a mobile app. We showed both react-native-cli and expo-cli in our course.

At the end of the course;

  • Basics of React, React-Native, React-Navigation libraries

  • How to send an HTTP request from a mobile application

  • How to use flex-box system

  • How to create reusable components

  • To reach another app on the device from our app

  • Creating your own mobile app both with react-native-cli and expo-cli

  • Creating Context with Class Based and Functional Components

  • How to Consume Context in Class Based and Functional Components

  • How to Use Multiple Context in one single component

  • Hooks Functions(useState, useEffect, useReducer, useContext…)

  • Creating Reducer and

  • Using Reducer is going to be clear for you.

Why would you want to take this course? 

Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching.

OAK Academy based in London is an online education company. OAK Academy gives education in the field of IT, Software, Design, development in English, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish and a lot of different language on Udemy platform where it has over 1000 hours of video education lessons. OAK Academy both increase its education series number by publishing new courses, and it makes students aware of all the innovations of already published courses by upgrading.

When you enroll, you will feel the OAK Academy`s seasoned developers expertise. Questions sent by students to our instructors are answered by our instructors within 48 hours at the latest

No prior knowledge is needed! 

It doesn’t need any prior knowledge to learn it and the React is easy to understand for the beginners. 

This course starts with very basics. First, you will learn how to install the tools, some terminology. Then the show will start and you will learn everything with hands-on practices.  I’ll also teach you the best practices and shortcuts.

Step-by-Step Way, Simple and Easy With Exercises

By the end of the course, you’ll have a firm understanding of the React and valuable insights on how things work under the hood and you’ll also be very confident in the basics of coding and game development, and hungry to learn more. The good news is since the Free and popular tools are used you don’t need to buy any tool or application.

What is web development?

Web development is a broad description of the tasks and technologies that go into creating a website. It can be as simple as making a static text-based website or as elaborate as developing an interactive dynamic website. You can break web development into two different categories: frontend (client-side) and backend (server-side). Frontend code executes on the user’s computer. This can include HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. Backend code runs on the server — this commonly includes communicating with a database and often involves languages like Python, Ruby, Java, or PHP. Web development does not necessarily include the design process — it focuses on code. A web designer builds wireframes to mockup their vision for a website and then shares that with a developer. The developer is responsible for writing the code that implements the design.

What are the steps to becoming a web developer?

Some web developers will obtain a degree or certification in the field. However, most jobs don’t require a specific degree or level of education, just demonstrated knowledge of the field. So, it is more important that you know how to show off your skills. You could highlight your skills through relevant work experience or a portfolio of past projects. You might also share code you have developed using a platform like GitHub, or participate in solution-based forums like StackOverflow that reward you for helping others. HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are the first three coding languages you’ll need to learn to break into web development. You need these three essential elements to create a modern website and work as a frontend web developer. HTML (Hyper-Text Markup Language) specifies the content of the website and builds the backbone. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) styles the content. JavaScript controls the interactive elements of the website.

How long does it take to become a web developer?

The answer to this question will depend on you. The more time you spend developing your skills, the faster you can become a web developer. The good news is that web development generally uses light-weight code that is easier to learn than many other languages. If dedicated, you can learn the basics of web development in a couple of months. But good web developers never stop learning. A better question might be, “What can I do to become a better web developer faster?” The answer to this question is practice. Becoming familiar with coding helps tremendously, but there is also a less obvious benefit of practicing. The more you code, the more you will run into problems or find bugs in your code. A significant aspect of web development is solving problems and debugging code. The better you get at solving problems and tracking down bugs, the faster you will get at coding.

What is React?

React is a front-end library in Javascript that was developed by Facebook. The simplest definition of React is that it is a user interface library used for building UI components for the web. But if that was all React did, it would be little more than a template library. Developers define components in React by using an HTML-like syntax called JSX. These encapsulated components manage their own state, making it simple to pass rich data to a component and keep the state of the application and its components out of the Document Object Model (DOM). These features give React components the ability to react dynamically and efficiently to changes in their state. A set of simple components in React can be composed into either simple single-page applications or large, complex web applications.

What is React used for?

React is an open-source JavaScript frontend library. Some developers consider it a frontend framework because it does more than standard libraries usually do. The most common use of React is to build dynamic user interfaces for single-page web applications. But the structure of React makes it useful for more than just creating websites. JSX, which is one feature of React, is a syntax extension for Javascript that provides a template for the HTML and manages the state of the element. But JSX can be used as an interface for things other than HTML. React Native uses React to build mobile applications. Here, JSX becomes an interface for mobile UIs instead of HTML. There are even a few libraries that use React and JSX to interact with and manage hardware like React Hardware.

How does React work?

React encourages engineers to write code using a Functional Programming approach. Engineers create components, which are normal Javascript functions. These functions return information to tell React what content should be displayed on the screen. The real power of React comes from the ability to nest or compose these functions inside of one another. This nesting ability encourages code reuse and allows an engineer to write a component a single time, but in many different places.

Is React a framework or library?

Frameworks provide an opinionated approach to building an entire application. Libraries, on the other hand, assist in building a single aspect of an application. With this in mind, React is a library. It assists engineers in presenting HTML in the browser. React has no opinions on how data is fetched, how styling is applied, or how the app is deployed or built.

Is React worth learning?

Yes, React is worth learning. There are a couple of reasons. The first one is that React is in high demand in the software development job market and has been for a few years. If you learn to code in React and can do it well, you will increase your chances of finding a job. This alone is another reason it is worth learning. Website users no longer will settle for old-fashioned sites that won’t update without a page reload. React’s method of dynamically updating the HTML of a web page fits these users’ needs and improves their experience. React has also been around a few years and has stood the test of time. A large portion of websites, both small and large, use React as a frontend framework.

Is React hard to learn?

Every technology or programming language has a learning curve, and React is no different. But it is easy to learn if you are dedicated and determined to create frontend web applications. To make learning React simpler, you should stick to the basics of React before you add any extra libraries, as that will only complicate your learning experience in the beginning. Since React is a Javascript framework, a solid grounding in Javascript will give you a head start. With this knowledge, the unique concept of JSX, React’s templating language, and the way React uses state will be much easier to grasp.

What is the difference between React Native and ReactJS, and which one should I learn?

React, or React.JS, is a front-end Javascript library for building UI components for the web. If you are interested in web development, React is the perfect library to learn to create interactive, dynamic single-page apps, or even full-scale web applications. React Native is a framework for building native mobile applications for both the Android phone and Apple’s iPhone. React Native is still React, which means the syntax and workflow for building applications are basically the same, but the generated components are different. In React, web components are generated. In React Native, the generated components interact with a phone’s native APIs. If your focus is web development, then you should learn React. If you want to build mobile applications, it is best to learn React first and become familiar with the technology before you try React Native.

Why is React so popular?

There are many reasons why React is popular. One reason is that Facebook developed it. The social proof is that if it is good enough for Facebook, one of the most popular social networks on the web, it should be good enough for other applications. React also solved many of the past issues that developers had with developing single-page applications (SPAs). React came out when SPAs were becoming popular, and all the existing frameworks to build them made development complicated and prone to bugs. One feature that makes it better than past libraries is that React is relatively easy to use. Its components are reusable, plus React’s use of the virtual DOM makes it very performant. React should remain popular in the future as each new release brings new features and performance improvements.

What is React Native?

Created by Facebook, React Native is an open-source-based mobile application framework that uses only JavaScript, making it capable of supporting both Android and iOS platforms. React, also known as React.js, saves time and effort for developers since they only need one programming language. The Native element allows developers to create JavaScript components to design software programs that run on various devices and platforms, such as smartphones, smart TVs, and laptops. With React Native, developers use the same concepts used in the original React framework to design a rich mobile user interface (UI) for various environments from existing components.

What careers use React Native?

Businesses that want to create mobile apps for iOS and Android simultaneously to ensure a seamless rollout need developers with a background in React Native. Careers in mobile app development that rely on React Native can count on professionals who can design and build stunning UIs in multiple platforms since it works hand-in-hand with platforms like Windows and tvOS. React Native developers are also vital to helping iOS, and Android companies update and otherwise modernize their apps with features like push notifications and animation for better effectiveness for mobile app subscribers. Developers with a background in React Native might work in full-stack development, designing and refining web-based games, websites, mobile apps, and more.

What is the difference between React Native and Google Flutter?

Google Flutter offers developers a UI toolkit that has some similarities to React Native. Flutter also has a native component and compiles web, mobile, and desktop applications from a single collection of source codes. Relying on existing code, Flutter is also a free and open-source framework for developers. Until this point, the two frameworks might sound similar. However, React Native is based on and only uses JavaScript, while Flutter only has a loose connection to the language. Google Flutter primarily uses a new language called Dart. Other differences between the two involve sourcing the tool itself and the installation process, setup and configuration, UI component and development, and community support.

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