There have been a number of React related things that have come up in my work lately so I figured it was finally time to buckle down and figure out how it actually works.
I am about halfway through the course now and it has been great so far. Mosh does a great job making this topic approachable. I especially like how he walks you through a specific naive implementation and then takes the time to both explain why it is not ideal, along with walking us through how to refactor our code to make it better.
I also really like how he provides tips and tricks in how to be as efficient as possible in working with React and VS Code. I finally figured out how to effectively use multi-line cursors, move code blocks around, use snippets, and the thing that blew my mind the most so far is "zen coding" which takes a lot of pain out of writing complex and repetitive HTML.
The extensions that I've found useful with VSCode are:
If you're looking an approachable way to dive in and learn React, I would highly recommend this course. I've already purchased the follow-on Redux and NodeJS courses, so I will be a full stack developer before you know it.
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