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Tech Tutorial: Learning React.js for Single-Page Web Applications – Episode 30: Third-Party HTTP Libraries

React.js components primarily deal with showing data to users and allowing them to manipulate that data. In this video, we walk through the steps required to push or save data from a component back to a web API through asynchronous JavaScript requests using third-party HTTP libraries.


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Tech Tutorial: Learning React.js for Single-Page Web Applications – Episode 29: Making Post Requests Using Fetch

React.js components primarily deal with showing data to users and allowing them to manipulate that data. In this video, we walk through the steps required to push or save data from a component back to a web API through asynchronous JavaScript requests using the Fetch API.


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Tech Tutorial: Learning React.js for Single-Page Web Applications – Episode 28: Making Fetch Requests

React.js components primarily deal with showing data to users and allowing them to manipulate that data. In this video, we walk through the steps required to pull data into a component through asynchronous JavaScript requests using the Fetch API.


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Tech Tutorial: Learning React.js for Single-Page Web Applications – Episode 27: React Developer Tools Extension

In this video, we learn how to debug React.js components using the React Developer Tools browser extension.


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Tech Tutorial: Learning React.js for Single-Page Web Applications – Episode 26: Debugging React Using Chrome Developer Tools

In this video, we learn how to debug React.js components using the Chrome Developer Tools.


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Tech Tutorial: Learning React.js for Single-Page Web Applications – Episode 25: Using PubSub for Parent Child Communication

In this video, we see how to use common JavaScript pub/sub or publish/subscribe libraries to allow components to communicate with each other. This pattern allows us to get rid of notification handling code that are passed from parent components to child components and decouple our components from from another. This decoupling allows our components to be more reusable within our user interfaces.


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