React Clarified: Building a Game in React
- Basic HTML
- Basic CSS
We will be building a simple game during this tutorial. The techniques you’ll learn in the tutorial are fundamental to building any React apps, and mastering it will give you a deeper understanding of React.
This beginner tutorial is based on React’s official documentation.
The videos in this course are short and to the point. No unnecessary chit-chat. No mistyping. No humming and hawing. Just the facts and the code. You’ll waste no time and learn what you need to know in the shortest time possible.
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Who this course is for:
- Beginner React students
- Web development students
I have developed a tool, called AutoScreencast, that automates the production of screencast videos. Basically, AutoScreencast is a Mac app, built using Electron (UI in React), which interacts with MacOS using the Lua programming language. With AutoScreencast, I create and edit a list of “actions”, comprising typing on screen, my voice recordings, moving to a point in the code, show an image on screen, and so on, which then are run in sequence to create a screencast video. By creating this script of “actions”, it is very simple to iterate and improve videos, and update them in the future.