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- Create real-world, professional apps
- Take advantage of all the jewels in the Angular crown
- Bring stunning React(ive) interfaces to life
- Craft performant sites with Vue
- Architect a blog, an e-commerce application, and an image gallery
- Structure your code by composing components
- Rapidly adapt to any framework you work with
- Test using community-recommended tools
- Assure stability of software you create strictly type in TypeScript
Tell more about functional programming concept, pure and impure functions and why is it important in React - because we can have functional components. It is important in Redux when writing reducers.
In this video, you will learn the basic theory related to Vue.
Describe how to add event handling to components - similar concept to actions in other frameworks.
By the end of the course you should be able to create your own application in the framework of your choice: Angular, React or Vue. You'll also easily jump into other frameworks (not covered in this course) by learning the fundamentals of single-page applications.
About the Author
Currently, Daniel leads a team of talented and experienced engineers at WorkHQ, a global startup that creates enterprise resource planning applications. Daniel writes a blog and shares his knowledge on a YouTube channel. You can find his publications on HackerNoon and Medium.
Daniel is focused on the practical side of learning. He started watching video courses and later mastered programming by hard work and experience. That's why he can understand and empathize with online viewers. He imparts the quality content he would expect himself from a video course. His passion is teaching others and sharing knowledge.
- Team leaders looking to pick the best framework for their next project will also benefit from the deep framework comparison presented and the testing approaches shown