Lets talk state, React state.
The aim of this React state tutorial is to answer the most common questions about React state and explain this concept in a very simple terms.
If you are completely new to React checkout my previous React Tutorial for Beginners first.
Are you a React beginner? This React tutorial will explain everything in simple terms and plain English so you don’t feel overwhelmed or frustrated while learning React.
After 2 months of hard work, I am very excited to finally launch the brand new React Workshop.
Are you wondering what will you learn in the React 101 and React Workshop online courses?
Here is a sneak peak of the two demos, that we will build step by step using React.js.
Go to React 101 Go to React Workshop
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And here are the links to the demos mentioned in the video:
In this React Currency Converter demo you will learn:
- how to load data from JSON object
- how to loop through data and render dynamic components
- how to use React state to update the necessary parts of your app
- and much more.
Real Estate Property Listings
In this React Google Maps demo you will learn:
- how to render dynamic list based on a JSON object
- how to render and update Google maps
- how to filter through data and update state based on multiple filters
- and much more.
What do you think about these React demos? Do you have any questions related to the upcoming React 101 and React Workshop courses? Let me know in the comments.
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Are you switching to VSCode and looking for some useful extensions? Below is a collection of my favorite VSCode extensions.
In the previous article we’ve learned how to create basic shapes using Pixi.js, now lets look at how to work with images.
As we’ve discussed in the HTML5 Canvas Guide, there are a few libraries out there that are worth looking into if you want to create something interactive with HTML5 Canvas.
Have you ever wanted to spice up your website with some interactive elements, but didn’t know which library to use or where to start?
An increasing number of top websites are leveraging the power of
HTML5 Canvas elements to render some pretty cool effects.
If, like me, you’ve always wanted to create something cool with
canvas, keep reading.