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React.js Training Course

Course Description

Simplilearn’s React JS Training Course will help you master the fundamentals of React—an important web framework for developing user interfaces—including JSX, props, state, and events. This training course dives into Redux, covering topics like reducers, actions, and the state tree.

React JS Certification Course Overview

The main objective of this React Certification course is to help you become familiar with the process and gain the skills you’ll need to become a professional React developer. You will learn the fundamentals of React through self-paced and instructor-led training to understand and build React components and structure applications with Redux.

React JS Course Key Features

  • 100% Money-Back Guarantee
  • 52 hours of Blended Learning
  • 22 hours of online self-paced learning
  • 30 hours of instructor-led training
  • 1 real-life course-end project
  • Flexibility to choose classes
  • Industry-recognized course completion certificate


React.js is a versatile JavaScript library for building interactive user interfaces easily. It is used by companies such as Facebook and Instagram. If you are planning to create UI/UX solutions for mobile or web, this course is extremely beneficial to improve your working skills.

Course Curriculum


This React JS certification course is designed for web developers who design and build UI/UX solutions for mobile and web apps and want to design with React as efficiently as possible using a JavaScript library.


For this React JS course, you need to have experience with building front-end web applications with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

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Course Syllabus

Course Content

Section 01 Self Paced Learning Curriculum
Lesson 01 Course Introduction09:57
1 Welcome To The Course03:27
2 Course & Projects Outline06:30
Lesson 02 Getting Started58:13
1 What Is React05:07
2 Environment Setup07:24
3 ES6 Refresher – Part 112:55
4 ES6 Refresher – Part 208:41
5 ES6 Refresher – Part 307:38
6 Create React App vs Manual Setup04:44
7 Installing & Using The CLI04:35
8 A Look At The Initial React Files & How They Work07:09
Lesson 03 Components, JSX & Props49:00
1 Thinking In Components05:33
2 What Is JSX04:55
3 JSX Expressions05:29
4 Creating Your First Component04:49
5 Functional Components03:37
6 Working With Props05:07
7 Typechecking With PropTypes06:07
8 CSS In React05:28
9 Adding Bootstrap07:55
Lesson 04 State & The Context API01:07:18
1 Creating State12:57
2 Events In React09:40
3 Changing State09:48
4 Changing State From Another Component09:38
5 Using The Context API & Provider State11:23
6 Adding A Context Reducer For Actions13:52
Lesson 05 Working With Forms01:00:54
1 Creating A Form With State10:12
2 Controlled Components & onChange09:08
3 Uncontrolled Components & Refs07:40
4 Form Submit Action To Context12:26
5 TextInputGroup Component For DRY Code11:04
6 Error Checking & Display10:24
Lesson 06 React Router v419:29
1 React Router Setup08:05
2 Links, Params & Redirect07:36
3 404 Not Found Page03:48
Lesson 07 Lifecycle, HTTP & Deployment01:03:56
1 Lifecycle Methods10:58
2 GET Requests07:37
3 POST & DELETE Requests09:53
4 Using AsyncAwait08:18
5 EditContact Component & Fetch Contact10:33
6 PUT Request & Update Action09:09
7 Deploy To Github Pages07:28
Lesson 08 Learning Redux51:46
1 A Note On Redux03:52
2 App Starting Point For Redux04:02
3 Redux Store Setup & Contact Reducer14:48
4 Connecting Components & Dispatching Actions11:28
5 Creating A Separate Actions File03:51
6 Delete & Add Contact Action13:45
Lesson 09 Redux Thunk & HTTP32:41
1 GET Request Dispatch03:31
2 POST & DELETE Request Dispatch09:13
3 Get Single Contact For Edit09:51
4 PUT Request & Dispatch05:33
5 Deploy To Apache04:33
Lesson 10 Client Panel Firebase Project – Part 102:29:31
1 App Intro & Demo04:59
10 Edit Client In Firestore15:39
2 FirebaseFirestore Setup06:21
3 Setup & AppNavbar Component13:29
4 Dashboard, Sidebar & Clients Component16:40
5 React-Redux-Firebase Setup16:09
6 Connect Clients Component To Firestore19:15
7 Add Client To Firestore21:20
8 Client Details Component18:57
9 Balance Update & Delete16:42
Lesson 11 Client Panel Firebase Project – Part 202:00:11
1 Login Functionality15:34
10 Deploy To Firebase06:16
2 Logout & Navbar Update11:44
3 Route Protection10:09
4 Notify State & Alert Component20:27
5 Settings Reducer & Actions09:43
6 Settings Component19:08
7 Persist Settings To LocalStorage10:42
8 Implementing Settings08:45
9 Register Functionality07:43

Section 02 Live Class Curriculum
Lesson 01 Features of ECMAScript6
1.1 React and Redux
1.2 ES6: Modern Javascript
1.3 Array Helper Methods
1.4 Const and Let
1.5 Template Literals
1.6 Enhanced Object Literals
1.7 Default Function Arguments
1.8 Rest and Spread
1.9 Destructuring
1.10 Arrow Functions
1.11 Classes
1.12 Generators
1.13 Promises
1.14 Fetch
1.15 Modules
Assisted Practice: Scope
Assisted Practice: Let and Const
Assisted Practice: Template Literals
Assisted Practice: Default Function
Assisted Practice: Rest
Assisted Practice: Spread
Assisted Practice: Destructuring
Assisted Practice: Arrow Functions
Assisted Practice: Class
Assisted Practice: Static Methods
Assisted Practice: Inheritance
Assisted Practice: Import and Export Modules
Assisted Practice: Promises
Lesson 02 Fundamentals of React
2.1 Why React?
2.2 Introduction to React
2.3 Building a React App
2.4 Rendering UI
2.5 JSX
2.6 Components
2.7 State
2.8 Component Lifecycle Events
2.9 React Events
2.10 Conditional Rendering
2.11 Handling Lists
2.13 Forms
2.14 React Router
Assisted Practice: Creating React Apps
Assisted Practice: Elements and Components
Assisted Practice: Lists
Assisted Practice: Controlled Components
Assisted Practice: React Router
Assisted Practice: React Events
Lesson 03 Introduction to Redux
3.1 Introduction to Redux
3.2 Fundamentals of Redux
3.3 Parts of Redux
3.4 Insalling Redux
Lesson 04 The React-Redux Node Package
4.1 Introduction to the React – Redux Package
4.2 Features of React – Redux
4.3 Reducer Composition
4.4 Normalization
4.4 Middleware
4.5 Thunk
Assisted Practice: Redux
Assisted Practice: Redux Thunk


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