Know Your Prerequisites
Consider a Training Course
If you’re not the best at self-teaching, you’re going to want to look into React training. Luckily, the internet is overflowing with resources to help you learn this library quickly and effectively. Training courses are excellent choices for developer teams and corporate atmospheres, as they’re able to get entire teams up-to-speed in no time.
Choose a program that caters to your team’s skill level. If you’re still struggling with fundamentals, find beginner courses that are able to break down some of the more complex concepts. For the experts out there, however, you’re not going to want to spend much of your time on these introductory courses unless you’re looking for a quick refresher before you dive into the more advanced concepts of React.
Select Starter Projects
The options for online code editors are seemingly endless. You won’t want to practice on a live site or application as there’s too much room for error in the learning process and you could seriously dismantle some of your code. There’s also the Create React App which is constantly being updated with more tools and information to help with beginner projects.
Some of the most effective starter projects are simple user tools, like to-do applications, calculators, and shopping carts. While these may seem a little like Coding 101, it’s important to gain mastery of the simpler projects as their concepts almost always translate when it comes to crafting more complex user interfaces. From these, you can move onto more complex (and exciting) React projects like server rendering and incorporating Redux.
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