Building a React Component with Bootstrap Packt Publishing
Building a React Component with Bootstrap Packt Publishing|278.19 MB
Bootstrap is one of the most popular front-end frameworks, and integrating it with React allows web developers to write much cleaner code. This video helps you gain a thorough understanding of the Bootstrap framework and shows you how to build impressive web apps. In this video, you will get an overview of the features of Bootstrap and ReactJS, along with the integration of React-Bootstrap components with ReactJS. You will understand the benefits of using JSX and the Redux architecture. The server-side rendering of React will also be shown.
All the concepts are explained by developing real-world examples. By the end of this video, you will be equipped to create responsive web applications using Bootstrap style and React-Bootstrap components with ReactJS, and will have an insight into appropriate best practices.
Style and Approach This video’s mission is to help you make a live and fully responsive web application using React-Bootstrap with hands-on examples and step-by-step instructions. This video course is linear as well as progressive, so every section builds upon the knowledge gained in the last.
What You Will Learn
Integrate Bootstrap with React Easily interact with DOM on your web browser Appreciate the advantages of using JSX What You Will Learn
Build a modern single-page web application Understand the workflow of an Aurelia application Design reusable web components, which can be shared and integrated into various frameworks and libraries Write clean, modular, and testable code that will be easy to maintain and evolve Use all the latest and even future web standards, so the application gathers minimal technical debt Authors
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