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Building RIA using React.js, Flux and Redux Training in Singapore and India

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Current price Rs. 180,000.00
Rs. 180,000.00 - Rs. 180,000.00
Current price Rs. 180,000.00
Building RIA using React.js, Flux and Redux Training in Singapore and India
Course Summary

This workshop is aimed at imparting the required knowledge required to build Rich Internet Applications (RIA) using React.js.

Course Objectives
  • Understand what React.js is and what problem it solves
  • Explore the basic architecture of a React.js application
  • Gain a deep knowledge of React.js components and JSX
  • Build a working application that uses React.JS components
  • Learn React.js best practices
  • Compose an application using Flux architecture
  • Know how to maintain application state in a Redux Store
  • Know how to do module bundling using webpack
  • Use React dev tools
Course Pre- requisites
  • Web development experience with advanced level of expertise in JavaScript.
  • Must be familiar with ES6
  • Exposure to any server technology (J2EE, .NET, Ruby etc)
Course Duration
  • 28 hours – 4 days
Course Outline

RIA/SPA Basics

  • Classic Web applications vs Rich Internet applications
  • Challenges in building Client centric applications
  • Benefits of RIA Frameworks
  • Where React.js fits in?

Building UI using React.js

  • Introduction
    • Need for React.js
    • Advantages of Virtual DOM
  • View Components using JSX
    • JSX Syntax
    • Using JSX to create view classes
    • Creating views without using JSX
  • Models
    • Advantages of Immutability
  • Components
    • Component Lifecycle
    • Virtual DOM
    • Component Events
    • Using States and Properties
    • Initializing States from properties
    • Accessing DOM nodes using refs
    • Synthetic Events
    • Component Compositions
    • Communication Between Components
    • Reusable Components
  • Forms
    • Controlled Components
    • Uncontrolled Components
  • Unit Testing React.js Components
  • js Best Practices

Flux Architecture and Redux

  • Introduction
    • Overview of Reactive programming
    • Benefits of Unidirectional data flow
  • Architecture
    • Building blocks in Flux
    • Dispatcher
    • Stores
    • Action
    • Views
  • Dispatcher
    • The role of dispatcher
    • Registering callbacks
    • Triggering Actions
  • Store
    • The role of Store
    • Maintain Application State
    • Event Broadcasting
  • Reducer
    • Creating Reducers
    • Retrieving State
    • Combining Reducers
  • Action Creator
    • Creating Actions
    • Dispatching actions to the dispatcher
    • Using Middlewares
    • Dispatching Async Actions using Thunk middleware
  • Views
    • React Components as Views
    • State Subscribers
    • Updating data from the store
  • React-Redux Bindings
    • Binding Components to React Store using “Connect”
    • Injecting Redux Store using Provider
    • Using Providers with React Routers
  • Testing
    • Overview of Mocha & expect (chai.js)
    • Organizing Unit tests using Mocha
    • before & after setup
    • Performing assertions using expect
    • Using Karma.js
    • Using Jest for mocking dependencies
    • Testing React components
    • Testing Stores
    • Summary and Closing Remarks
Training Delivery Mode

Online - Live Instructor Led training 

Due to Covid - we dont engage classroom training till situations are ok

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This course is designed , developed and delivered by Cloud Enabled Pte Ltd