Web technologies are always changing, and React is no exception. In the last several releases of React, we have been introduced to a new way of writing components: hooks. Learn how to use them in our new course, Next-Level React Apps With Hooks.
What You’ll Learn
Hooks are the new way to add features like state, lifecycle events,
and refs to your components, without using the object-oriented syntax.
In this course, Derek Jensen will take you through the process of creating a brand new guest book app, from scratch, using React. As you follow along, you'll code your entire app with functional components, and in the process you'll learn not just what hooks are, but also how and when to use them.
Here are some free lessons from this course, as a preview of what you can expect:
Basic App Component Structure
In this video, you'll discover a good component structure to use while building React applications. You will also see how to create the basic structure for the app to be built in the rest of the course.
In this video, you will learn how to take advantage of the
useState hook, which will allow you to maintain state in a functional component.
In this video, you'll learn about the
useRef hook. It will help provide a better user experience by setting the focus on an input in your
AddGuestForm when the app loads.
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