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  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • No. of questions: 50
  • Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%).
  • There is NO negative marking in this module.
  • Online exam.

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React is a library for building beautiful and functional user interfaces. In this course, you will learn how to implement features and interfaces based on real-world requirements using react and react native. 

The course also covers React Native which is a JavaScript framework that lets you rapidly build native apps for both iOS and Android using a single language. This video course is designed to take you from a newbie to an expert in react.

Pre-requisite: You should have basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, Javascript.

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Why should one take ReactJS certification?

This Course is intended for web developers, programmers who want to build awesome UI's using React and Flux. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression.

Earning Vskills Certification in ReactJS can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential.

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There are lots of MNC's using ReactJS as a part of their web development. Some of the most common are listed below.

  • Netflix - the biggest paid video-streaming service
  • Yahoo! - the mail client in React
  • Sberbank - the number one bank in Russia
  • Facebook- It was the first place where react was created.
  • WhatsApp- for real-time messaging, notifications, and unfurling

Who will benefit from taking ReactJS certification?

Web application developers looking to use React for application development and Flux for unidirectional data flow and also Job seekers looking to find employment in IT or software development departments of various companies like Netflix, Yahoo, Facebook, WhatsApp & Instagram etc.

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Table of Content


  • Welcome & Asking Good Questions
  • ‘Why should I learn React?’

Setting up Your Environment

  • Section Intro: Setting up Your Environment
  • Installing Visual Studio Code
  • Installing Node.js & Yarn

Hello React

  • Section Intro: Hello React
  • Setting up a Web Server
  • Hello React
  • Setting up Babel
  • Exploring JSX
  • JSX Expressions
  • Conditional Rendering in JSX
  • ES6 Aside: const and let
  • ES6 Aside: Arrow Functions
  • ES6 Aside: Arrow Functions Part II
  • Events and Attributes
  • Manual Data Binding
  • Forms and Inputs
  • Arrays in JSX
  • Picking an Option
  • Build It: Visibility Toggle

React Components

  • Section Intro: React Components
  • Thinking in React
  • ES6 Classes: Part I
  • ES6 Classes: Part II
  • Creating a React Component
  • Nesting Components
  • Component Props
  • Events & Methods
  • Method Binding
  • What Is Component State?
  • Adding State to Counter App: Part I
  • Adding State to Counter App: Part II
  • Alternative setState Syntax
  • Build It: Adding State to VisibilityToggle
  • Indecision State: Part I
  • Indecision State: Part II
  • Summary: Props vs. State

Stateless Functional Components

  • Section Intro: Stateless Functional Components
  • The Stateless Functional Component
  • Default Prop Values
  • React Dev Tools
  • Removing Individual Options
  • Lifecycle Methods
  • Saving and Loading Options Data
  • Saving and Loading the Count


  • Section Intro: Webpack
  • What Is Webpack?
  • Avoid Global Modules
  • Installing & Configuring Webpack
  • ES6 import/export
  • Default Exports
  • Importing npm Modules
  • Setting up Babel with Webpack
  • One Component per File
  • Source Maps with Webpack
  • Webpack Dev Server
  • ES6 class properties

Using a Third-Party Component

  • Section Intro: Using a Third-Party Component
  • Passing Children to Component
  • Setting up React-Modal
  • Bonus: Refactoring Other Stateless Functional Components

Styling React

  • Section Intro: Styling React
  • Setting up Webpack with SCSS
  • Architecture and Header Styles
  • Reset That $#!*
  • Theming with Variables
  • Big Button & Options List
  • Styling the Options List
  • Styling Option Item
  • Styling React-Modal
  • Mobile Considerations
  • Bonus: Favicon


  • Section Intro: React Router
  • Server vs. Client Routing
  • Setting Up Budget App
  • React-Router 101
  • Setting up a 404
  • Linking Between Routes
  • Organizing Our Routes
  • Query Strings and URL Parameters
  • Build It: Router for Portfolio Site


  • Section Intro: Redux
  • Why Do We Need Something Like Redux?
  • Setting up Redux
  • Dispatching Actions
  • Subscribing and Dynamic Actions
  • ES6 Object Destructuring
  • ES6 Array Destructuring
  • Refactoring and Organizing
  • Reducers
  • Working with Multiple Reducers
  • ES6 Spread Operator in Reducers
  • Spreading Objects
  • Wrapping up Our Reducers
  • Filtering Redux Data
  • Sorting Redux Data

React with Redux

  • Section Intro: Connecting React and Redux
  • Organizing Redux
  • The Higher Order Component
  • Connecting Store and Component with React-Redux
  • Rendering Individual Expenses
  • Controlled Inputs for Filters
  • Dropdown for Picking SortBy
  • Creating Expense Add/Edit Form
  • Setting up a Date Picker
  • Wiring up Add Expense
  • Wiring up Edit Expense
  • Redux Dev Tools
  • Filtering by Dates

Testing Your Application

  • Section Intro: Testing React Components
  • Setting up Jest
  • Testing Expenses Action Generators
  • Testing Filters Action Generators
  • Testing Expenses Selector
  • Testing Filters Reducer
  • Testing Expenses Reducer
  • Snapshot Testing
  • Enzyme
  • Snapshot Testing with Dynamic Components
  • Mocking Libraries with Jest
  • Testing User Interaction
  • Test Spies
  • Testing AddExpensePage
  • Testing EditExpensePage
  • Testing ExpenseListFilters
  • Testing ExpenseListFilters: Part II

Deploying Your Apps

  • Section Intro: Deploying Your Apps
  • Installing Git
  • What is Git?
  • Integrating Git into Our Project
  • Setting up SSH and Github
  • Production Webpack
  • Creating Separate CSS Files
  • A Production Web Server with Express
  • Deploying with Heroku
  • Regular vs Development Dependencies
  • New Feature Workflow
  • Build It: Adding Total Selector
  • Build It: Adding Summary Component

Firebase 101

  • Section Intro: Firebase 101
  • Getting Firebase
  • Writing to the Database
  • ES6 Promises
  • Promises with Firebase
  • Removing Data from Firebase
  • Updating Data
  • Fetching Data from Firebase
  • Array Data in Firebase: Part I
  • Array Data in Firebase: Part II

Firebase with Redux

  • Section Intro: Firebase with Redux
  • Asynchronous Redux Actions
  • Testing Async Redux Actions: Part I
  • Testing Async Redux Actions: Part II
  • Creating a Separate Test Database
  • Heroku Environment Variables
  • Fetching Expenses: Part I
  • Fetching Expenses: Part II
  • Remove Expense
  • Update Expense

Firebase Authentication

  • Section Intro: Firebase Authentication
  • Login Page and Google Authentication
  • Logging Out
  • Redirecting Login or Logout
  • The Auth Reducer
  • Private Only Routes
  • Public Only Routes
  • Private Firebase Data
  • Data Validation and Deployment

Styling Expensify App

  • Section Intro: Styling Expensify App
  • Styling Login Page
  • Styling Buttons
  • Styling Summary Area
  • Styling List Filters
  • Styling Inputs
  • Styling Expense Form
  • Styling Expenses List: Part I
  • Styling Expenses List: Part II
  • Adding Loader
  • Babel Polyfill
  • Final Deployment

What Now?

  • Section Into: What Now?
  • Creating the Final Boilerplate
  • Expensify App Enhancements
  • Indecision App Enhancements
  • New App Idea: Blog
  • Until Next Time

Hooks, Context, Fragments, and More

  • Section Intro
  • Using Create React App
  • The useState Hook
  • useState vs. setState
  • Complex State with useState
  • The useEffect Hook
  • useEffect Dependencies
  • Cleaning up Effects
  • The useReducer Hook
  • The Context API & useContext Hook: Part I
  • The Context API & useContext Hook: Part II
  • Fragments
  • Creating Custom Hooks

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