React Front To Back | Learn Hooks, Context API, MERN, and Redux
Learn Modern React 16.8+ Including Hooks, Context API, Full Stack MERN & Redux By Building Real Life Projects
12 reviews for React Front To Back | Learn Hooks, Context API, MERN, and Redux
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We want to learn React with Redux mainly. Redux application is very small here. I hope u will release login,sidebar ui,crud,dropdown,alerts in redux soon will be very happy to purchase.
SK Verma –
It is a great course for those new to React and willing to explore further which is a reality in the world of ever-changing technologies.
Hienos Teklesenbet –
Excelent Explanantion but I believe the contents need to be update.
Example: match.params does not work, and has to be replaced with useParams()
Amarpreet Singh –
Always enjoy your lectures. Loved your course
Myke Simon –
Obviously some parts are out of date but the course has its own value. Hooks in the second exercise are not implemented as they should be, but with the notes and the support of the community I was able to finish it. It would be very useful if the course was kept updated. Overall, it was very useful!!!
Paul Polster –
I’m a beginner with React (not JS) and I found it too fast to follow along with coding – you basically need to pause every 20-30 seconds. I also wish there were more explanations as to the exact syntax being used and why it has to be this way. A lot of areas remain unclear to me.
David Lee –
Great Course for learning React, however it does need to be updated. I found it to be distracting when I had to pause the course and either search online or in the comments for and updated solution as the syntax for some of the code is deprecated and results in errors.
I’d give 5 stars, because I really enjoy learning with that course. Unfortunatelly, it’s outdated. It’s still a good course, but in my opinion it should be updated
Gabor Madarasz –
Great presenter with a kind of unique style, good amount of balance between explanations and implementations. With a minimal effort to keep it up to date, this could be an excellent course to anyone beginner-average react user.
So, for future users: what caused a lot of problems is the cross-origin policy with express (proxy attribute does not work always in package.json). Need to import cors() for express.
Benjamin Lee –
Overall Brad did a good job of explaining how to code in React/Redux/Express, but there was not a single video or graph to explain the theory. (like. how does context/state/reducer actually work? How to design a React app base on customer demand?) No to mention part of the course is outdated. Lesson learnt: DONT WATCH A CODING COURSE WHICH IS 2 YEARS OLD WITHOUT UPDTE
Nicholas Barraza –
This course is outdated.
I bought this a week or two before Brad Traversy released an updated version of it (2022). First instructor that doesn’t update the same course and instead releases a new updated course each year. I don’t recommend this instructor because of it.
Brandon B –
Outdated and not his best even then. I always appreciate his practical approach but felt the subject matter demanded a more in depth explanation than what was offered. I thought the projects were fair in quality when they worked and covered important aspects of the framework, but were a bit of a headache and offer plenty of room to be touched up and expanded upon. Give this a pass if you can purchase his 2022 edition and maybe consider pairing with a more concept oriented or classroom like series if you’re new to React.