The Ultimate React Course 2023 React , Redux & More

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What You’ll Learn:

  • Become an advanced, confident, and modern React developer from scratch.
  • Build 8+ beautiful projects, including one HUGE professional real-world app.
  • Become job-ready by working with libraries and tools used in professional projects.
  • Join my other 1,500,000+ happy students on this journey.
  • Think like a senior React engineer with advanced design patterns.
  • React fundamentals: components, JSX, props, events, state, forms.
  • State management: thinking about state, where to place, local vs. global, UI vs. remote.
  • Build reusable, composable, and versatile components.
  • Master the confusing but important useEffect hook once and for all.
  • Build many custom hooks, reusable in your future projects.
  • Build single-page applications with React Router (including v6.4+ with data loading).
  • Performance optimization with memo, useMemo, useCallback, and code splitting.
  • Advanced React features: useReducer, Context API, cloneElement, portals, etc.
  • Advanced state management with Redux, Redux Toolkit, Thunks, React Query.
  • Build real-world app features: authentication, data sorting, filtering and pagination, dark mode, charts, etc.
  • Understand how React actually works behind the scenes: virtual DOM, reconciliation, fiber tree, key prop, etc.
  • Style your apps with Tailwind CSS, CSS Modules, Styled Components (CSS-in-JS).
  • Practice your skills with many challenges, exercises, and practice projects.

Course content

1. Welcome, Welcome, Welcome Ultimate React Course!

  • Course Roadmap and Projects
  • Building Our First React Appl
  • Watch Before You Start!
  • Read Before You Start!
  • Downloading Course Material


  • Introduction to Pan 1
  • Useful Resources for Part 1

3. A First Look at React

  • Section Overview
  • Why Do Front-End Frameworks Exist?
  • React vs. Vanilla JavaScript
  • What is React?
  • Setting Up Our Development Environment
  • Pure React
  • A Quick Look at React’s Official Documentation
  • Setting Up a New React Project: The Options
  • Setting Up a Project With Create-React-App

4. [Optional] Review of Essential JavaScript for React

  • Section Overview
  • Destructuring Objects and Arrays
  • Rest/Spread Operator
  • Template Literals
  • Ternaries Instead of if/else Statements
  • Arrow Functions
  • Short-Circuiting And Logical Operators: &&, II, ??
  • Optional Chaining
  • The Array map Method
  • The Array filter Method
  • The Array reduce Method
  • The Array sort Method
  • Working With Immutable Arrays
  • Asynchronous JavaScript: Promises
  • Asynchronous JavaScript: Async/Await

5. Working With Components, Props, and JSX

  • Section Overview
  • Rendering the Root Component and Strict Mode
  • Before We Start Coding: Debugging
  • Components as Building Blocks
  • Creating And Reusing a Component
  • What is JSX?
  • Creating More Components
  • JavaScript Logic in Components
  • Separation of Concerns
  • Styling React Applications
  • Passing and Receiving Props
  • Props, Immutability, and One-Way Data Flow
  • CHALLENGE Profile Card (ul)
  • The Rules of JSX
  • Rendering Lists
  • Conditional Rendering With &&
  • Conditional Rendering With Ternaries
  • Conditional Rendering With Multiple Returns
  • Extracting JSX Into a New Component
  • Destructuring Props
  • React Fragments
  • Setting Classes and Text Conditionally
  • Section Summary
  • CHALLENGE Profile Card (v2)

6. State, Events, and Forms: Interactive Components of Ultimate React Course

  • Section Overview
  • Let’s Build a Steps Component
  • Handling Events the React Way
  • What is State in React?
  • Creating a State Variable With useState
  • Don’t Set State Manually!
  • The Mechanics of State
  • Adding Another Piece of State
  • React Developer Tools
  • Updating State Based on Current State
  • More Thoughts About State + State Guidelines
  • A Vanilla JavaScript Implementation
  • CHALLENGE Date Counter (VI)
  • Starting a New Project: The “Far Away” Travel List
  • Building the Layout
  • Rendering the Items List
  • Building a Form and Handling Submissions
  • Controlled Elements
  • State vs. Props
  • EXERCISE Flashcards
  • CHALLENGE #2: Date Counter (v2)

7. Thinking In React: State Management of Ultimate React Course

  • Section Overview
  • What is “Thinking in React”?
  • Fundamentals of State Management
  • Thinking About State and Lifting State Up
  • Reviewing “Lifting Up State”
  • Deleting an Item: More Child-to-Parent Communication!
  • Updating an Item: Complex Immutable Data Operation
  • Derived State
  • Calculating Statistics as Derived State
  • Sorting Items
  • Clearing the List
  • Moving Components Into Separate Files
  • EXERCISE #1: Accordion Component (VI)
  • The “children” Prop: Making a Reusable Button
  • More Reusability With the “children” Prop
  • EXERCISE #2: Accordion Component (v2)
  • CHALLENGE Tip Calculator

8. [Optional] Practice Project: Eat-‘N-Split

  • Section Overview of Ultimate React Course
  • Project Setup
  • Building the Static App: List of Friends
  • Building the Static App: Forms
  • Displaying the New Friend Form
  • Adding a New Friend
  • Selecting a Friend
  • Creating Controlled Elements
  • Splitting a Bill


  • Introduction to Part 2
  • Useful Resources for Part 2

10. Thinking in React: Components, Composition, and

  • Section Overview of Ultimate React Course
  • Setting Up the “usePopcorn” Project
  • How to Split a IJI Into Components
  • Splitting Components in Practice
  • Component Categories
  • Prop Drilling
  • Component Composition
  • Fixing Prop Drilling With Composition (And Building a Layout)
  • Using Composition to Make a Reusable Box
  • Passing Elements as Props (Alternative to children)
  • Building a Reusable Star Rating Component
  • Creating the Stars
  • Handling Hover Events
  • Props as a Component API
  • Improving Reusability With Props
  • PropTypes
  • CHALLENGE #1: Text Expander Component

11. How React Works Behind the Scenes

  • Section Overview
  • Project Setup and Walkthrough
  • Components, Instances, and Elements
  • Instances and Elements in Practice
  • How Rendering Works: Overview
  • How Rendering Works: The Render Phase
  • How Rendering Works: The Commit Phase
  • How Diffing Works
  • Diffing Rules in Practice
  • The Key Prop
  • Resetting State With the Key Prop
  • Using the Key Prop to Fix Our Eat-‘N-Split App
  • Rules for Render Logic: Pure Components
  • State Update Batching
  • State Update Batching in Practice
  • How Events Work in React
  • Libraries vs. Frameworks & The React Ecosystem
  • Section Summary: Practical Takeaways

12. Effects and Data Fetching of Ultimate React Course

  • Section Overview
  • The Component Lifecycle
  • How NOT to Fetch Data in React
  • useEffect to the Rescue
  • A First Look at Effects
  • Using an async Function
  • Adding a Loading State
  • Handling Errors
  • The useEffect Dependency Array
  • Synchronizing Queries With Movie Data
  • Selecting a Movie
  • Loading Movie Details
  • Adding a Watched Movie
  • Adding a New Effect: Changing Page Title
  • The useEffect Cleanup Function
  • Cleaning Up the Title
  • Cleaning Up Data Fetching
  • One More Effect: Listening to a Keypress
  • CHALLENGE #1: Currency Converter

13. Custom Hooks, Refs, and More State

  • Section Overview
  • React Hooks and Their Rules
  • The Rules of Hooks in Practice
  • More Details of useState
  • Initializing State With a Callback (Lazy Initial State)
  • useState Summary
  • How NOT to Select DOM Elements in React
  • Introducing Another Hook: useRef
  • Refs to Select DOM Elements
  • Refs to Persist Data Between Renders
  • What are Custom Hooks? When to Create One?
  • Creating our First Custom Hook: useMovies
  • Creating useLocalStorageState
  • Creating useKey
  • CHALLENGE useGeolocate

14. [Optional] React Before Hooks: Class-Based React

  • Section Overview
  • Our First Class Component
  • Working With Event Handlers
  • Class Components vs. Function Components
  • Starting the “Classy Weather” App
  • Fetching Weather Data
  • Displaying the Weather
  • Removing Boilerplate Code With Class Fields
  • Child to Parent Communication
  • Lifecycle Methods


  • Introduction to Part 3
  • Useful Resources for Part 3

16. The Advanced useReducer Hook

  • Section Overview
  • Yet Another Hook: useReducer
  • Managing Related Pieces of State
  • Managing State With useReducer
  • The “React Quiz” App
  • Loading Questions from a Fake API
  • Handling Loading, Error, and Ready Status
  • Starting a New Quiz
  • Displaying Questions
  • Handling New Answers
  • Moving to the Next Question
  • Displaying Progress
  • Finishing a Quiz
  • Restarting a Quiz
  • Setting IJp a Timer With useEffect
  • Section Summary: useState vs. useReducer
  • CHALLENGE #1: Creating a Bank Account With useReducer

17. React Router: Building Single-Page Applications (SPA)

  • Section Overview
  • Creating Our First App With Vite: “WorldWise”
  • Routing and Single-Page Applications (SPAs)
  • Implementing Main Pages and Routes
  • Linking Between Routes With and
  • Styling Options For React Applications
  • Using CSS Modules
  • Building the Pages
  • Building the App Layout
  • Nested Routes and Index Route
  • Implementing the Cities List
  • Implementing the Countries List
  • Storing State in the URL
  • Dynamic Routes With URL Parameters
  • Reading and Setting a Query String
  • Programmatic Navigation with useNavigate
  • Programmatic Navigation with

18. Advanced State Management: The Context API Ultimate React Course

  • Section Overview
  • CHALLENGE #1: Understand “The Atomic Blog” App
  • What is the Context API?
  • Creating and Providing a Context
  • Consuming the Context
  • Advanced Pattern: A Custom Provider and Hook
  • Thinking In React: Advanced State Management
  • Back to “WorldWise”: Creating a CitiesContext
  • Consuming the CitiesContext
  • Finishing the City View
  • Including a Map With the Leaflet Library
  • Displaying City Markers on Map
  • Interacting With the Map
  • Setting Map Position With Geolocation
  • Fetching City Data in the Form
  • Creating a New City
  • Deleting a City
  • Advanced State Management System: Context + useReducer
  • Adding Fake Authentication: Setting IJp Context
  • Adding Fake Authentication: Implementing “Login”
  • Adding Fake Authentication: Protecting a Route
  • CHALLENGE #2: Refactoring “React Quiz” to Context API

19. Performance Optimization and Advanced useEffect

  • Section Overview
  • Performance Optimization and Wasted Renders
  • The Profiler Developer Tool
  • A Surprising Optimization Trick With children
  • Understanding memo
  • memo in Practice
  • Understanding useMemo and useCallback
  • useMemo in Practice
  • useCallback in Practice
  • Optimizing Context Re-Renders
  • Back to The “WorldWise” App
  • Optimizing Bundle Size With Code Splitting
  • Don’t Optimize Prematurely!
  • useEffect Rules and Best Practices
  • CHALLENGE #1: Fix Performance Issues in “Workout Timer”
  • Setting State Based on Other State Updates
  • Using Helper Functions In Effects
  • Closures in Effects

20. Redux and Modern Redux Toolkit (With Thunks)

  • Section Overview
  • Introduction to Redux
  • Creating a Reducer: Bank Account
  • Creating a Redux Store
  • Working With Action Creators
  • Adding More State: Customer
  • Professional Redux File Structure: State Slices
  • Back to React! Connecting our Redux App With React
  • Dispatching Actions from Our React App
  • The Legacy Way of Connecting Components to Redux
  • Redux Middleware and Thunks
  • Making an API Call With Redux Thunks
  • The Redux DevTools
  • What is Redux Toolkit (RTK)?
  • Creating the Store With RTK
  • Creating the Account Slice
  • Back to Thunks
  • reating the Customer Slice
  • edux vs. Context API


  • Introduction to Pan 4
  • Useful Resources for Part 4

22. React Router With Data Loading (v6.4+)

  • Section Overview
  • Setting Up a New Project: “Fast React Pizza Co.”
  • Application Planning
  • Setting Up a Professional File Structure
  • A New Way Of Implementing Routes
  • Building the App Layout
  • Fetching Data With React Router “Loaders”: Pizza Menu
  • Displaying a Loading Indicator
  • Handling Errors With Error Elements
  • Fetching Orders
  • Writing Data With React Router “Actions”
  • Error Handling in Form Actions

23, [Optional] Tailwind CSS Crash Course: Styling the App

  • Section Overview
  • What is Tailwind CSS?
  • Setting Up Tailwind CSS
  • Working With Color
  • Styling Text
  • The Box Model: Spacing, Borders, and Display
  • Responsive Design
  • Using Flexbox
  • Using CSS Grid
  • Styling Buttons: Element States and Transitions
  • Styling Form Elements
  • Reusing Styles With @apply
  • Reusing Styles With React Components
  • Absolute Positioning, z-index, and More
  • Configuring Tailwind: Custom Font Family
  • Styling the Menu
  • Styling the Cart
  • Styling the Order Form
  • Styling the Order Overview

24. Adding Redux and Advanced React Router

  • Section Overview
  • Modeling the “User” State With Redux Toolkit
  • Reading and Updating the User State
  • Modeling the “Cart” State
  • Adding Menu Items to the Cart
  • Building the Cart Overview With Redux Selectors
  • Building the Cart Page
  • Deleting Cart Items
  • Updating Cart Quantities
  • Using the Catt for New Orders
  • Redux Thunks With createAsyncThunk
  • Integrating Geolocation
  • Fetching Data Without Navigation: useFetcher
  • Updating Data Without Navigation

25. Setting Up Our Biggest Project + Styled Components

  • Section Overview
  • Application Planning
  • Please Download Starter Files Again
  • Setting Up the Project: “The Wild Oasis”
  • Introduction to Styled Components
  • Global Styles With Styled Components
  • Styled Component Props and the “css” Function
  • Building More Reusable Styled Components
  • Setting Up Pages and Routes
  • Building the App Layout
  • Building the Sidebar and Main Navigation

26. Supabase Crash Course: Building a Back-End!

  • Section Overview
  • What is Supabase?
  • Creating a New Database
  • Modeling Application State
  • Creating Tables
  • Relationships Between Tables
  • Adding Security Policies (RLS)
  • Connecting Supabase With Our React App
  • Setting IJp Storage Buckets

27. React Query: Managing Remote State

  • Section Overview
  • What is React Query?
  • Setting Up React Query
  • Fetching Cabin Data
  • Mutations: Deleting a Cabin
  • Displaying Toasts (Notifications)
  • Introducing Another Library: React Hook Form
  • Creating a New Cabin
  • Handling Form Errors
  • Uploading Images to Supabase
  • Editing a Cabin
  • Abstracting React Query Into Custom Hooks
  • Duplicating Cabins
  • Fetching Applications Settings
  • Updating Application Settings

28. Advanced React Patterns

  • Section Overview
  • An Overview of Reusability in React
  • Setting Up an Example
  • The Render Props Pattern
  • A Look at Higher-Order Components (HOC)
  • The Compound Component Pattern
  • Building a Modal Window Using a React Portal
  • Converting the Modal to a Compound Component
  • Detecting a Click Outside the Modal
  • Confirming Cabin Deletions
  • Building a Reusable Table
  • Applying the Render Props Pattern
  • Building a Reusable Context Menu

29. [Optional] Implementing More Features: Authentication, Dark
Mode, Dashboard, etc

  • Section Overview
  • Client-Side Filtering: Filtering Cabins
  • Client-Side Sorting: Sorting Cabins
  • Building the Bookings Table
  • Uploading Sample Data
  • API-Side Filtering: Filtering Bookings
  • API-Side Sorting: Sorting Bookings
  • Building a Reusable Pagination Component
  • API-Side Pagination: Paginating Bookings
  • Prefetching With React Query
  • Building the Single Booking Page
  • Checking In a Booking
  • Adding Optional Breakfast
  • Checking Out a Booking (+ Fixing a Small Bug)
  • Deleting a Booking
  • Authentication: User Login With Supabase
  • Authorization: Protectinq Routes
  • User Logout
  • Fixing an Important Bug
  • Building the Sign Up Form
  • User Sign Up
  • Authorization on Supabase: Protecting Database (RLS)
  • Building The App Header
  • Updating User Data and Password
  • Implementing Dark Mode With CSS Variables
  • Building the Dashboard Layout
  • Computing Recent Bookings and Stays
  • Displaying Statistics
  • Displaying a Line Chart With the Recharts Library
  • Displaying a Pie Chart
  • Displaying Stays for Current Day
  • Error Boundaries
  • Final Touches + Fixing Bugs

30. Deployment With Netlify and Vercel

  • Section Overview
  • Deploying to Netlify
  • Setting Up a Git and GitHub Repository
  • Deploying to Vercel

31. The End!

  • Where to Go from Here

Requirements of Ultimate React Course:

  • No React Experience Necessary: Regardless of your past knowledge of React, this course is meant to take you from a beginner to an expert.
  • Understanding of JavaScript at the very least basic level is required for this course. But don’t worry; we’ve included a brief JavaScript review segment to brush up on your skills.
  • Suitable for any OS: Take this course using any computer and operating system, including Windows, macOS, and Linux. Your gadget doesn’t have any restrictions on how you learn.

Who this course is for:

  • recent graduates in JavaScript: This course is the ideal next step if you’ve just finished learning JavaScript and are ready for the next level.
  • Aspiring React Masters: If you want to gain a true mastery of React development, including the use of vital libraries like React Router, Redux, React Query, and others, then this course is for you. Clarity for React Learners: If you’re having trouble understanding React’s nuances or lack the self-assurance to create React apps of a professional caliber, this course will provide you the knowledge and insight you need.
  • React Developers Seeking Advancement: If you’ve been developing React applications but are drawn to the more sophisticated features like useReducer, performance optimization, or a better comprehension of React’s inner workings, consider taking one of the following courses.

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With more than 30 hours of video footage, the course provides an abundance of information. Through real-world applications and interactive projects, you’ll develop a thorough understanding of React and related ideas.

Will I be given a certificate once the course is over?

Yes, you will receive a certificate of success from after successfully completing the course. This can help you show to future employers your new React abilities by adding value to your resume.

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4 thoughts on “The Ultimate React Course 2023 React , Redux & More”

  1. Can you provide me with lecture “building the pages” in the section “building single page application” separately ?
    cuz I have problem with it.


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