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  • javascript

  • reactjs

Learn React.js Tutorial and Interactive Exercises

Learn and practice ReactJS using hooks, interactive tutorial with dozens of react exercises, get instant feedback with automatic grading and watch video solutions afterwards.

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Difficulty

  • easy

Average duration

8 hrs

Difficulty

  • easy

Average duration

8 hrs

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  • easy

Average duration

8 hrs

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  • easy

Average duration

8 hrs

Difficulty

  • easy

Average duration

8 hrs

Difficulty

  • easy

Average duration

8 hrs

You can find lots of free interactive/autograded tutorials online, but there are very few about React.js. That's why we decided to create a comprehensive selection of exercises for developers who are interested in learning React.js.

These exercises can be done by both junior and senior developers and are intended to be built through collaboration. We need your help!

If you find any bugs or spelling issues, please contribute and report them, and we will correct them.

How are the exercises organized?

Each exercise is a small React application containing the following files:

  1. app.js: represents the entry file for the exercise.
  2. README.md: contains exercise instructions.
  3. test.js: you don't have to open this file, it contains the testing script for the exercise.

Note: The exercises have automatic grading, but it's very rigid and strict, my recommendation is to not take the tests too serious and use them only as a suggestion, or you may get frustrated.

Contributors

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):

  1. Alejandro Sanchez (alesanchezr), contribution: (coder) πŸ’», (idea) πŸ€”, (build-tests) ⚠️, (pull-request-review) πŸ‘€, (build-tutorial) βœ…, (documentation) πŸ“–

  2. Paolo (plucodev), contribution: (bug reports) πŸ›, (coder) πŸ’», (translation) 🌎

  3. Marco GΓ³mez (marcogonzalo), contribution: (bug reports) πŸ›, (translation) 🌎

This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind are welcome!

This and many other exercises are built by students as part of the 4Geeks Academy Coding Bootcamp by Alejandro SΓ‘nchez and many other contributors. Find out more about our Full Stack Developer Course, and Data Science Bootcamp.

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Difficulty

  • easy

Average duration

8 hrs

Difficulty

  • easy

Average duration

8 hrs