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A Complete Beginner's Guide to React by Ali Spittel

 Why not learn a bit about React? Video here.

 Tech used:

  • React Hooks
  • Node.js
  • Programming fundamentals (HTML, CSS, Javascript)

 

Github repo

I added the nifty drop down menu. I learned about it on Twitter about 3 days ago.


 When I put in the first line of programming, the files were made and instantly opened in Visual Studio Code.

That was a real shocker - I have never seen that happen before!...And I think I know why. 

See that bit in the first line - 'code'? 

In the video, that's part of Ali's terminal and not something you type in 😅 That made my files open in VSCode, but empty without the necessary code within.

I took that out and the rest of the screenshot proceeded. It only took me 5 minutes to figure that out! 

I'm not here to outline her entire video - Go give her a view, it's very helpful - just going to point out some cool things I didn't know.

  • You can dictate rules for the bots scraping your app. 'Scraping' happens by search engine indexers as well.
  • There are a lot of different JavaScript files here. 
  • Divs in the html can be ID's to attach to Element IDs in the React script in the JS.

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