This course teaches students how to develop an understanding of what React is and how it can be used to develop fast, clean user interfaces that function as Single Page Applications. Students will learn how to install React, and manage the necessary dependencies/tools in order to create the best experience not only for the user but for the developer as well. These tools include React Router, React Hooks and CSS Modules. Students will learn how to manage application state, pull data from an API and pass this data throughout the front end application.
React, along with other UpSkill programs, will be launching in 2023. Stay tuned!
After attending a C# or Java cohort, you are now a well-rounded developer with a clear understanding of how to code. With the React program, you will be increasing your skill set tenfold while making yourself more marketable.
The React workshop is created to teach students beyond what they were taught during bootcamp. There is a mass amount of knowledge that takes a significant amount of time to learn It is nearly impossible to cover these extra details during the 14 week program. While many developers during bootcamp have discovered a passion for software development, they aren’t able to satiate their need to continue learning.
Commonly Asked Questions About React:
What is “React”?
If there was more time, they would be able to incorporate it into bootcamp. Would come out with some example apps to move forward with. There would be a change for some individual work and teamwork.
Additional design patterns. For example, going from a class structure to a functional structure. What are the latest trends in react as of the last year so they can integrate on a team that would be using the newest tools and feel comfortable doing it.
What benefits does the React workshop provide for graduates?
If grads went on Indeed and searched for a front end developer, the react frame would show up for a lot of jobs. If you searched for React developers, a ton of jobs would show up. At least a 20% lead on the next top framework.
You can, there are some schools out there that will teach only React, but it limits you to about 50% of the jobs you can qualify for. If you don’t allow yourself to get the back end knowledge, you won’t be equipped with what is useful for a back end developer or full-stack developer role. A Java or C# bootcamp will teach the basics and classics that never change with time. However, React could potentially change with time, so it is important to have that strong foundation.