ReactJS Tutorials For Beginners and Professionals

ReactJS Tutorials

ReactJS Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals

Hello and welcome to this ReactJS Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals Software Developers. This React Tutorial will take you through most of the practical applications of React. In this React Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals Series, we are going to cover all the concepts of React JS with Real-Time Applications. You will learn from the very basic to the advanced level features of React JS as you progress in this Course.

This ReactJS Tutorial is for whom?

This ReactJS Tutorial is prepared for those developers who want to make a career in the field of developing front-end web applications. This React JS Tutorial is designed for Students, Beginners, as well as Professional Software Developers who want to learn and enhance their knowledge of React step by step from the very basic to the advanced level concept using Real-Time Examples, and also find a lot of useful information on the new React JS, features and advanced techniques.

What is ReactJS?

Now in the Industry, React JS is one of the most popular JavaScript Front-End libraries that have a strong foundation and a large community. React JS is a Declarative, Efficient, and Flexible JavaScript library for building reusable UI components.

React JS is an Open-Source, Component-Based Front-End Library which is responsible only for the view layer of the application i.e. the User Interface (UI) of the Application where the end user will interact.

ReactJS is not a framework, it is just a JavaScript library which is developed by Facebook (currently META) to solve some problems that we were facing earlier while developing the front end of the application.

Who Developed ReactJS?

React is developed and released by Facebook (Current Called META). React JS was created by Jordan Walke, who was a software engineer at Facebook. Facebook is continuously working on the React library and enhancing it by fixing bugs and introducing new features. Facebook developed ReactJS in 2011 in its newsfeed section, but it was released to the public in the month of May 2013.

What you will Learn in this ReactJS Tutorial?

In this ReactJS Tutorial Series, you will learn all the basic and advanced-level concepts of React JS. We will start with the basics and as we progress, we will cover the advanced concepts as well as are also looking at the new concepts regularly. So, you will learn everything. Some of the React JS concepts that you are going to learn are as follows:

  1. ReactJS Introduction and Installation
  2. ReactJS Basics and working with ReactJS Components
  3. ReactJS State and working with ReactJS Events
  4. Working with List and Conditional Content
  5. Styling ReactJS Component
  6. Debugging React Application
  7. Working with Fragments and Portals
  8. Handling Side Effect and using Reducers and Context API
  9. React JS Optimization Technique
  10. React JS Class-Based Components
  11. Working with HTTP Requests (i.e. Connecting to a Database)
  12. Building Custom React Hooks
  13. Working with Forms and User Inputs with React JS
  14. React with Redux (Alternative to Context API)
  15. React with Authentication
  16. Animating React Application
  17. React with Typescript
  18. Deploying React Applications and many more.
Prerequisites to Learn ReactJS:

Before proceeding with the ReactJS tutorial, we assume that you have basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and OOPS Concepts (OOPs Concepts of any programming language). In addition to this, it will be very helpful, if you have a basic knowledge of JavaScript as React JS is a JavaScript Library i.e. it is built on top of JavaScript. If you do not know JavaScript, then still you can proceed with tutorials as we are going to explain ReactJS from the very basic level.

What do we expect from you?

We will try our level best to cover all the ReactJS-Related concepts, but in the meantime, if you have any specific concept in your mind that you want us to cover or if we missed any concepts or topics in this ReactJS Tutorials Series that are related to ReactJS, then please let us know by putting a comment in the comment box and we promise you, as soon as possible we will put an article on that topic. You can also contact us by email:

Last but not the least, your valuable feedback is very important and means a lot to us. So, if you have a few minutes, then please let us know your thoughts and feedback on this React Tutorial.

Course Information

Course Instructor

Dot Net Tutorials Dot Net Tutorials Author

ReactJS Introduction

JavaScript Refresher

React – Basic

React State and Events

Rendering Lists and Conditional Content

2 thoughts on “ReactJS Tutorials”

  1. This tutorial is not complete. Not all the topics which mentioned in the beginning are covered. Also the app which is showed in the beginning is not complete till the last chapter. Is there more chapters to come in future?

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