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By learning React's component model, you'll be able to write declarative, composable user interfaces to build production-ready apps.MyReads
When your app's state becomes difficult to maintain, it's time to add Redux! By learning Redux, you'll manage complicated state to build enterprise-level apps.Would You Rather
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I do recommend the React Nanodegree by Udacity. It really took my existing React knowledge to the next level but you also get to be part of the community behind the course which is great. My mentor was helpful and replied fast and relevant to my questions which got me unblocked in no time. A word of warning though, the course is intense and you need an adequate level of skill before beginning. I recommend this to professional developers at every level who want to learn the in's and out's of React. It requires a fair amount of sustained effort during the 3 months so if you're doing it alongside your existing job it will be very challenging. Overall, it was a great experience!
Through this program, I found out how messed up was my state management in my previous development process. I was able to build an application with proper management of its state and optimized code. I was able to build application which some of them was same with a real world application. I had no such knowledge with React at first and had a difficulty on learning on my own. But through this program, it made my learning at ease. The reviews at the end of each project submissions were also great since it helps the students improve their work. Great experience I had with this Nano degree course!
This was a great course. Part 3 seemed like a huge jump from Part 1 and Part 4 in complexity and leaving the student almost without enough direction/course materials. Part 2 and Part 4 addressed almost all necessary parts in the materials/videos whereas Part 3 seemed to not touch on things needed for the project. However, this did help force me to go to the Redux docs and continue learning, but at the same time made it a bit annoying to pay for a course that did not itself teach everything needed. That said, I would recommend it to others.
It very much meet my expectation although the delivery for the Redux topic could probably improved in terms of its content. The example project has in my opinion medium-level of difficulty but it is complicated by non-Redux stuff that could probably be do away with or done in a lesser degree. It would be better that Redux could be done in a very simple project first and then move up with middle-level-type of difficulty project with api content also for fetching/updating data.
I learn a lot!, I feel really lucky to be able to find this kind of material to learn. Videos are short and to the point, and reference to other material available online is curated and you can really feel that you are learning from expert on the field. The review system implemented helps a lot since you actually get your code seen by people that can help you to pick better practices, or show you better ways to code.
Andrew is a Course Developer who enjoys making the world a better place through code. He first discovered his passion for teaching as an instructor at App Academy, and continues to enjoy empowering students to advance their education.
Tyler found his love for teaching at DevMountain, where he was lead instructor and curriculum engineer. He's a Google Developer Expert and is entrenched in the React community organizing React Utah, and running React Newsletter.
Richard is a Course Developer with a passion for teaching. He has a degree in computer science, and first worked for a nonprofit doing everything from front end web development, to backend programming, to database and server management.
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Learning React through this Nanodegree program can significantly improve your skills and career prospects as a front-end developer, and Udacity believes it's one of the best career moves you can make right now. Udacity has partnered with React expert Tyler McGinnis to bring you this world-class learning experience—quality React instruction with a leading expert in the field, detailed code reviews, and support throughout the Nanodegree program.
In our React Nanodegree program, you will:
Graduates of this Nanodegree program will be valuable additions to any team working in the domain of web development, app development, software development, digital marketing, and e-commerce. Opportunities exist in companies ranging from Fortune 500 organizations to startups.
Specific roles include: Front-End Web Developers, Full Stack Web Developers, and UI/UX Developers. For salary information, please visit the salary module on the React Nanodegree Program home page. You can also find industry insights on React in the Stack Overflow 2017 Developer Survey Results.
We designed our React Nanodegree program with one priority—your success as a developer. Whether you’re pursuing a new role, advancing further in your existing career, or refreshing your skills and staying up to date with the latest technologies, this program is built to ensure you achieve your goals. The addition of React skills to your developer toolkit is an excellent move for any developer seeking a critical career advantage.
No. This Nanodegree program accepts all applicants regardless of experience and specific background.
Students will need to be able to communicate fluently and professionally in written and spoken English.
The React Nanodegree program is comprised of content and curriculum to support three (3) projects. We estimate that students can complete the program in four (4) months, working 10 hours per week.
Each project will be reviewed by the Udacity reviewer network. Feedback will be provided and if you do not pass the project, you will be asked to resubmit the project until it passes.
Please see the Udacity Nanodegree program FAQs for policies on enrollment in our programs.
For this Nanodegree program, you will need access to a computer with a broadband connection, on which you will install a professional code/text editor (e.g., Visual Studio Code, Atom, etc.)
The React Nanodegree program teaches version 15.5+ of the React Library.