Tech Tutorial: Learning React.js for Single-Page Web Applications – Complete Playlist

As websites and web applications have become more complex to meet both creator and user demands, the need for more dynamic and fluid web pages (user interfaces) has grown. To meet this need, several front-end JavaScript libraries have emerged and React.js is one of the most used.

In this video, we introduce you to React.js and how it is used to build fluid and dynamic user interfaces that provide a more improved and complex user experience.


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Tim Clark

Experienced Business Owner, Chief Information Officer, Vice President, Chief Software Architect, Application Architect, Project Manager, Software Developer, Senior Web Developer, Graphic Designer & 3D Modeler, University Instructor, University Program Chair, Academic Director. Specialties: Ruby, Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, JQuery, AJAX, Node.js, React.js, Angular.js, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, SQL Server, Responsive Design, HTML5, XHTML, CSS3, C#, ASP.net, Project Management, System Design/Architecture, Web Design, Web Development, Adobe CS6 (Photoshop, Illustrator)

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