This advanced React workshop covers the journey from defining your project module architecture all the way to deployment. Every module covers the best practices for testing strategies.
Due to the fact that React has a pretty big feature ecosystem around it there are multiple checkpoints that will allow us to analyze and troubleshoot case studies that you would run into in production environments both in terms of feature requirements and performance tweaks.
Each module in the course will contain recommendations for tools to use in each scenario to achieve the best results and have your project laid out in a way that facilitates extending and a tighter feedback loop that is in line with good DevOps practices.
The class takes place over 4 weeks, with an average time commitment of 4-5 hours per week. Each week will follow this structure:
Mondays: Lectures & exercises released via the Homeschool platform; you'll need to be logged in to access this.
All week: Peer chat and exercise sharing with your instructor & class cohort.
Thursday evening, 8pm and Friday morning, 10am CEST: Live recap and Q&A sessions (~1 hour) with the instructors. Exercise answers released.
The Q&A session is streamed within the Homeschool platform, with questions submitted via chat. Q&A recordings are added to the platform and all questions are logged with a timecode for each is published after the streams end, in case you miss them.
All course materials are permanently available on your Homeschool account after they've been released.
Previous experience with:
If you are in any of the following roles, you'll benefit from this class:
Frontend engineers experienced with building single page applications with React looking to take a more modular approach into building UIs using custom built component libraries
Fullstack engineers who want to be able to build a robust architecture for the frontend part of the application and be able to harness the power of styled components for theming and responsiveness.
Tech Leads, Architects, and Engineering Managers who want to get a handle on how to build modular apps using React and Node using monorepos and design systems. The project will take you from inception to delivery using recommended industry standards.