About React.Js Course

If you’re interested in getting training in React.js, you’re in the right place. React.js is a popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces, and it’s widely used in web development. 

Are you ready to master React.js, the JavaScript library that’s transforming the way web applications are built? Our Comprehensive React.js Training Program is your gateway to becoming a skilled React developer. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced developer looking to level up your skills

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Why Choose Us

  1. From Fundamentals to Advanced: We cover React.js from the ground up, starting with the basics and gradually progressing to advanced topics. No matter your current skill level, you’ll find value in this course.

  2. Hands-On Experience: We believe in learning by doing. Throughout the course, you’ll work on hands-on projects and exercises to reinforce your understanding of React.js concepts. Expect to build real-world applications.

  3. Interactive Learning: Our training sessions are highly interactive, allowing you to engage with instructors and fellow students. You’ll have opportunities to ask questions, seek clarification, and collaborate on projects.

  4. Real-World Application: We emphasize the practical application of React.js. You’ll tackle real-world challenges, including building user interfaces, managing state, and integrating with APIs, preparing you for industry demands.

  5. Project Portfolio: By the end of the course, you’ll have a portfolio of React.js projects to showcase to potential employers. These projects will demonstrate your expertise and problem-solving abilities.

  6. Flexibility: We understand that life can be busy, so we offer flexible training options. Choose from in-person classes, live online sessions, or self-paced modules to fit your schedule and learning style.

React.Js Course Content


Introduction to HTML

 Understanding HTML and its role in web development.
 HTML document structure.
 Basic HTML elements: headings, paragraphs, lists etc.
 Creating and saving HTML documents.

HTML Elements and Attributes

 Text formatting: bold, italic, underline.
 Hyperlinks: anchor tags, linking to external and internal pages.
 Working with images and multimedia.
 HTML attributes and their usage.

Table , Forms and Input Elements

 Creating a table.
 Creating HTML forms.
 Common form elements: text fields, radio buttons, checkboxes, dropdowns etc.
 Form submission and processing.
 tables

Advanced HTML

 Semantic HTML: using headings, articles, sections, and more.
 HTML iframe tag
 HTML5 structural elements: header, nav, main, footer.
 HTML validation and debugging.
 Best practices for organizing and maintaining HTML code.


Introduction to CSS

 Understanding CSS and its role in web development.
 CSS syntax and structure.
 Internal, external, and inline CSS.
 Linking CSS to HTML documents.

Selectors and Properties

 CSS selectors: type, class, ID, attribute selectors etc.
 Basic CSS properties: color, font, text, background etc.
 Applying styles to HTML elements

Layout and Positioning

 The CSS box model: margin, border, padding, content.
 CSS positioning: relative, absolute, fixed, static.
 Floats and clear.
 Centering content horizontally and vertically.

Advanced CSS

 CSS transitions and animations.
 Media queries for responsive design.
 Flexbox and CSS Grid for layout.
 Best practices and code organization.
 Debugging CSS issues.
 Template


Introduction to Bootstrap

 Introduction to Bootstrap and its importance
 Setting up a development environment
 Basic structure of a Bootstrap project
 Bootstrap CSS and JavaScript files

Grid System

 Understanding the Bootstrap grid system
 Creating responsive layouts with rows and columns
 Nesting columns
 Offset and alignment classes

Bootstrap Utilities

 Spacing and margin/padding classes
 Display and visibility classes
 Text and background color classes
 Flexbox utilities

Typography and CSS Components

 Typography in Bootstrap
 Headings, text elements, and font utilities
 Buttons and button groups
 Alerts, badges, and progress bars

 Creating navigation menus with Bootstrap
 Responsive navigation using the Bootstrap Navbar component
 Dropdown menus and responsive design
 Navigation placement and customization

Forms and Form Components

 Building forms with Bootstrap
 Text inputs, checkboxes, radio buttons, and select elements
 Form validation and error handling
 Custom form styles

 Creating modals with Bootstrap
 JavaScript interactions with modals
 Creating Carousel with bootstrap  

Responsive Design

 Understanding responsive design principles
 Media queries and breakpoints in Bootstrap
 Designing for mobile-first and desktop-first approaches
 Testing and debugging responsive layouts

Customization and Theming

 Customizing Bootstrap styles with CSS
 Using Bootstrap themes and template libraries
 Creating custom Bootstrap components
 Best practices for maintaining Bootstrap projects


 Work on a final project using Bootstrap


Introduction to JavaScript

 Overview of JavaScript and its role in web development
 Setting up a development environment
 Writing and executing JavaScript code in the browser console
 Variables, data types, and operations

Control Structures

 Conditional statements (if, else if, else)
 Loops (for, while, do-while)
 Switch statements
 Using control structures in practical examples


 Defining functions and function expressions
 Function parameters and return values
 Scope and variable visibility
 Anonymous functions and closures

Arrays , String and Objects

 Creating and manipulating arrays (1D or 2D)
 Learn string & its methods
 Iterating through arrays (for-in, forEach)
 Working with JavaScript objects
 JSON (JavaScript Object Notation)

Document Object Model (DOM) Manipulation

 Understanding the DOM and its structure
 Selecting and modifying HTML elements with JavaScript
 Event handling and event listeners
 Dynamic content and interactivity

Error Handling and Debugging

 Identifying and handling runtime errors
 Debugging techniques and tools
 Error handling with try-catch blocks
 Common JavaScript pitfalls to avoid

Introduction to Asynchronous Programming

 Introduction to asynchronous programming
 Callback functions and the event loop
 Promises for handling asynchronous operations
 Fetch API for making HTTP requests

Working with Forms and User Input

 Capturing and validating user input
 Form submission and data handling
 Client-side form validation
 Creating interactive web forms

Introduction to ES6+ Features

 Arrow functions
 Template literals
 Destructuring
 Let and const declarations

Final Project and Assessment

 Work on a final JavaScript project


Introduction to React

 Overview of React.js and its key features
 Setting up a React development environment (Node.js, npm/yarn)
 Creating your first React component
 JSX (JavaScript XML) syntax and its benefits

Components and Props

 Understanding component-based architecture
 Creating functional and class components
 Component props and dynamic data rendering
 Component lifecycle and hooks

State and Event Handling

 Managing component state
 Handling user events (onClick, onChange, etc.)
 Updating and rendering state changes
 Controlled vs. uncontrolled components

Lists and Keys

 Rendering lists with mapping
 Using unique keys to identify list items
 Dynamic list updates and optimizations
 Fragments for rendering multiple elem

Forms and Controlled Components

 Building controlled forms with React
 Handling form submissions and validation
 Form input elements and their state
 Form libraries and formik

Routing with React Router

 Introduction to client-side routing
 Setting up and configuring React Router
 Navigating between routes and passing data
 Nested routes and route parameters

State Management with Redux

 Introduction to Redux for state management
 Actions, reducers, and the Redux store
 Connecting React components to Redux
 Async operations with Redux Thunk

API Integration

 Making API requests with Axios or Fetch
 Handling API responses and error states
 Data fetching with useEffect and async/await
 Managing global API data with Redux
 Work on a final project using React.js

Career Opportunities

React.js is a popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces, and it has a strong demand in the software development industry

Front-End Developer

React.js is primarily used for building user interfaces on the front end of web applications. Front-end developers who are proficient in React.js are in high demand to create interactive and responsive web applications.

Full-Stack Developer

Full-stack developers who are proficient in both front-end and back-end technologies and can work with React.js are highly sought after. They can build complete web applications from start to finish.

React Native Developer

Back-end developers specialize in building server-side applications and APIs. Core Java is often used for server-side developer React Native is a framework that allows developers to build mobile applications for iOS and Android using React.js. React Native developers can work on mobile app development.

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