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Butters 5 Dec 17
Digging up this twitter account to give my (beginner perspective) tweet-sized summaries of the already bite-sized articles on (). Join me as I try to learn things!
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chantastic Dec 2
I'm doing again and I'm bringing it to to twitter
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chantastic Dec 8
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Day 8: Extract Custom Hooks What's a Hook and how do I use them? Like Components, Hooks are designed to be composed, extracted, and re-used... Assignment Sandbox:
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chantastic Dec 3
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Day 3: Make Components as Re-Useable as HTML Elements id, className, onClick, data-* are attributes we assume we can use on any element. Make your components flexible enough to take them all... Assignment CodeSandbox:
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chantastic Dec 7
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Day 7: Connect useState and useEffect to Update UI with Fetched Data React.useEffect and React.useState can be used together to fetch data and update a component... Assignment Sandbox:
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chantastic Dec 4
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Day 4: Track State with React.useState To make state dynamic, we need an updater function. React.useState() tracks state and gives us a function to update it... Assignment Sandbox:
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Spencer Sanchez Dec 2
This is the year I make it through every vid before _next_ winter
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chantastic Dec 5
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Day 5: Render Conditionally with the Ternary Operator You don't want to render components you don't have data for. The ternary operator is how you conditionally render JSX in React... Assignment Sandbox:
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chantastic 18h
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Day 9: Track Inputs for React.useEffect useEffect runs every time it is called. That's not good for Hooks that fetch data. Fortunately, we can skip useEffect by tracking the index... Assignment Sandbox:
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🎄Kayla Sween🎄 Dec 2
For some bite-sized React lessons this advent, follow along with 's thread!
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chantastic Dec 2
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Day 1: Extract A Component Components are just functions that return React Elements...
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Daniel Marsh Dec 4
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Also, love watching to catch up on all things React.
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David Gowrie Dec 6
Good stuff here, even if you’ve been in for a while there’s bound to be something for you in ’s series of mini-lessons that start “from basics and get all the way to Suspense, Hooks, and advanced composition.” Practical, fast, fun, !
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chantastic Dec 2
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Day 2: Configure Components with Props Props are a lot like function arguments... in fact, they are function arguments...
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chantastic 14h
But that's a good question. This year's is about exploring how quickly I can teach the critical concepts. I honestly believe that you could expose anyone to all the critical React concepts in 1 hour...
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