React JS - A Complete Guide for Frontend Web Development
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React JS - A Complete Guide for Frontend Web Development

Become an expert ReactJS Developer. Learn HTML, CSS, Javascript, ES6, React JS. ( Use CouponCode =>> JUNE2020)
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  • Learn to create basic web pages using HTML5
  • Learn to style and add animations to bring those basic web pages to life using CSS3
  • Learn the Javascript language from basic to advanced along with the Next Gen JS - ES6
  • Learn to create responsive and interactive web pages using Javascript and jQuery
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Expand all 202 lectures 21:57:41
+ HTML5 - Basics to Advanced
42 lectures 03:32:44

Hey guys, in this course, we will learn all about HTML5.

We will start from basic topics like adding headings, paragraphs, images, etc and will move towards more advanced topics like adding forms, vector graphics, multimedia and so on.


Hope you are excited to start your journey to become a Web Developer!!

Preview 01:54

Hey guys, in this video we will explore different code editor options. We will talk about - Notepad, Codepen.io and Visual Studio Code.

Preview 05:23

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about the document structure of an HTML page, What are HTML tags, What different tags mean and much more.


Preview 03:33

Hey guys, in this video we will learn all about heading in HTML.

HTML - Adding Heading in a Webpage
02:41

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add a paragraph in a webpage? How add line breaks? How to make text bold? How to make text italics? and much more.

HTML - Adding Paragraph in a Webpage
04:13

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add images in an HTML Web Page

HTML - Adding Images in Web Pages
06:09

Hey guys, in this video we will learn all about Lists in HTML, Different types of lists and much more.

HTML - Creating Ordered and Unordered Lists
06:55

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to add styles and format our HTML elements to make them look pretty and neat.

HTML - Adding Styles and Formatting HTML Elements
10:23

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Block and Inline Elements.

HTML - Block and Inline Display Values
06:51

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add styles to a group of HTML elements using the class attribute.

HTML - Adding group styles using Class attribute
06:06

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to add links in an HTML Webpage.

HTML - Adding HyperLinks in Webpages
04:16

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to redirect from one webpage to another.

HTML - Using links to connect Webpages
03:16

Hey guys, in this video we will see how to uniquely identify HTML elements by using the ID attribute.

HTML - Uniquely Identify HTML Element by using ID attribute
04:34

Hey guys, this is the project to create a static page of Favourite Foods.

Attempt this project to brush-up on the concepts that you have learned so far.

Use codepen.io to create this project.

HTML - Mini-Project 1: Favorite Foods Webpage
00:47

Hey guys, in this video we have designed the Solution for the Mini-Project 1: Favourite Foods Problem statement.

HTML - Mini-Project 1: Solution
12:18

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about all the new features in HTML5.

HTML - What makes HTML5 Better?
02:09

Hey guys, in this video we will explore all the new elements and attributes in HTML5

HTML - New Elements & Attributes in HTML5
00:52

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to design page structure using the HTML5 semantic elements.

HTML - Design Page Structure Using Semantic Elements
09:38

Hey guys, in this video we will explore how to use the new <details> and <summary> semantic tags.

HTML - New Semantic Elements: <details> and <summary>
03:24

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to design tables in HTML.

HTML - Introduction to Tables
06:25

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to span rows and columns across tables.

HTML - Span table rows and columns
02:55

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to design a gallery grid using tables.

HTML - Design layouts using Tables
05:49

Hey guys, this is the practice problem for the tables module. Try it on codepen.io.

HTML Tables - Practice Problem 1
00:41

Hey guys, this is the solution for the Table Practice Problem that I gave in the previous video.

HTML Tables - Practice Problem 1: Solution
13:31

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to create a basic login form using HTML.

HTML - Introduction to Forms
04:03

Hey guys, in this video we will explore more about input types in forms

HTML - Form Input Types
08:15

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add styling to HTML form and it's elements.

HTML - Adding Styles to Forms
05:41

Hey guys, in this video we learn all about the two form methods - GET and POST.

HTML - Form Methods: GET and POST
05:17

Hey guys, in this video we will explore the new form elements introduced in HTML5.

HTML - New Form Elements
03:46

Hey guys, in this video we will explore the new form input types introduced in HTML5

HTML - New Form Input Types
05:50

Hey guys, in this video we will explore the new form input attributes introduced in HTML5.

HTML - New Form Input Attributes
03:53

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Form Validation.

HTML - Form Validation
05:08

Hey guys,

These are the details for the Forms Practice Problem 1:

Image Links:

  • Google Logo: http://pluspng.com/img-png/google-logo-png-open-2000.png

  • Facebook Logo: https://cdn4.iconfinder.com/data/icons/social-media-icons-the-circle-set/48/facebook_circle-512.png

  • Github Logo: https://image.flaticon.com/icons/svg/25/25231.svg

  • LinkedIn Logo: https://cdn4.iconfinder.com/data/icons/social-media-icons-the-circle-set/48/linkedin_circle-512.png


Webpage:

Background Color Code: #f2f6ff


Form:

Border Color: #ccc

Border Width: 1px


Form Heading:

Font Size: 32px

Padding-Top: 56px

Padding-Bottom: 32px


Social Icons:

Width: 50px

Height: 50px

Padding Top and Bottom: 16px

Padding Left and Right: 32px


Input Fields Container:

Padding Top: 80px

Padding Bottom: 40px

Padding Left and Right: 80px


Input Box:

Font Size: 18px

Padding Bottom: 12px

Margin Bottom: 36px

Border Top, Left, Right: 0

Border Bottom: 1px solid #ccc


Submit Button:

Background Color: #0056ff

Padding Top and Bottom: 12px

Padding Left and Right: 24px

Font Size: 18px

Font Color: white

Border: None


Have Fun !!

HTML - Forms Practice Problem 1
00:48

Hey guys, this is the video solution for the Forms Practice Problem 1.

HTML - Forms Practice Problem 1 - Solution
10:25

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add videos in a webpage.

HTML - Adding Videos in a Webpage
03:33

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add audio files in a webpage.

HTML - Adding Audio in a Webpage
03:13

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to play unsupported video and audio files in HTML5

HTML - The <embed> element
01:48

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to embed a youtube video in an HTML page

HTML - Embed Youtube Videos in a Webpage
02:57

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about:

  1. What is SVG in HTML5

  2. How to create a line using SVG

HTML - Introduction to SVG
08:53

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to create a circle using SVG element.

HTML - Create circle using SVG
07:00

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to create a rectangle using SVG.

HTML - Create a rectangle using SVG
05:48

Hello guys, this is Final Project for the HTML Module.

Give it your best. Once you have completed it, you can add the project to the GitHub repository.

You need to create a new GitHub repository and push the local project files to this repository.

You can find a PDF file in the resources section that will help you push your local code to the GitHub repository.

I can't wait to see what all you guys design. All the Best :)

HTML - Final Project
01:43
+ CSS3 - Basics to Advanced
48 lectures 04:55:13

Hey guys, in this module we will learn all about CSS right from the basic topics like styling texts and images to advanced topics like responsive design and CSS animations.

After completing this module you will be able to convert your normal HTML structure to a beautiful static web page with a nice touch of animations which will make it more interesting!


This is the introductory video of CSS. In this video, we will talk about

  1. What is CSS?

  2. What is the syntax for CSS?

  3. What are selectors?

  4. What are the different ways to select the HTML element?


Hope you are excited!!

CSS - Introduction
02:29

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about different ways to write CSS in HTML - Inline CSS, Internal CSS and External CSS.

CSS - How to use CSS?
11:33

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add styles to text using CSS.

CSS - Styling Text
11:13

Hey guys, in this video we will learn all about Borders in CSS.

CSS - Adding Borders
05:48

Hey guys, in this video we will learn all about margin and padding in CSS.

CSS - Margin and Padding
05:15

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to style lists using CSS.

CSS - Styling Lists
05:17

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add styles to links using CSS.

CSS - Styling Links
05:11

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add styles to HTML Buttons.

CSS - Styling Buttons
06:54

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add icons to buttons.

CSS - Adding Icons
05:44

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about different display values and how to change these values using CSS.

CSS - Working with Display Values
04:04

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to work with display value inline-block.

CSS - Display value: Inline-Block
06:50

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about different position values and how we can use them to position our HTML elements.

CSS - Positioning HTML Elements Part-1
08:20

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to position HTML elements using CSS position property.

CSS - Positioning HTML Elements Part-2
03:20

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to handle overflowing content using CSS.

CSS - Handling Content Overflow
03:27

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to float HTML elements left and right.

CSS - Floating HTML Elements
03:38

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about the CSS Box Model.

CSS - Box Model
03:57

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about the box sizing property of CSS.

CSS - Box Sizing
03:53

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to add shadows to text and HTML elements.

CSS - Adding Shadows
04:54

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to combinators to select HTML elements for styling.

CSS - Combinators Part-1
05:23

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about combinators and how to use them to select HTML elements for styling.

CSS - Combinators Part-2
06:20

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to use pseudo classes.

CSS - Pseudo Classes Part-1
06:18

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to use Pseudo classes.

CSS - Pseudo Classes Part-2
07:48

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Pseudo Elements.

CSS - Pseudo Elements
07:30

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to add background to HTML elements.

CSS - Adding Backgrounds
05:21

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Linear and Radial Gradient.

CSS - Gradients
07:43

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about handling text overflow.

CSS - Handling Text Overflow
04:01

Hey guys, please find below the details and styles required for the project.


All the Best!!


Body

font-family: Arial, sans-serif;


Menu Items:

font-size: 13px;

color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.87)


Profile Pic

width: 32px;

height: 32px;


Search Box

width: 582px

color: #222

border: 1px solid #dfe1e5;

font-size: 13px

padding: 14px

border-radius: 24px


Search Box: OnHover and OnFocus

box-shadow: 0 1px 6px 0 rgba(32,33,36,0.28);

border-color: rgba(223,225,229,0);


Button

background color #f2f2f2

color: #5F6368;

font-size: 14px;

height: 36px;

padding: 0 16px;

background-image: linear-gradient(top,#f5f5f5,#f1f1f1);

border: 1px solid transparent;

box-shadow: 0 1px 1px rgba(0,0,0,0);

color: #222;


Button: On-Hover

background-image:linear-gradient(top,#f8f8f8,#f1f1f1);

border: 1px solid #c6c6c6;

box-shadow: 0 1px 1px rgba(0,0,0,0.1);

color: #222;


Dropdown Application Card:

width: 285px;

padding: 28px;

border: 1px solid #ccc;

box-shadow: 0 2px 10px rgba(0,0,0,.2);


App Item

display: inline-block

width: 84px;


App Item: On-Hover

border: 1px solid rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2);


App Item Image:

width: 50px;

height: 50px;


App Item Label:

color: rgba(0,0,0,0.87)


Images:

Google Center Logo: https://www.google.com/images/branding/googlelogo/1x/googlelogo_color_272x92dp.png

Voice Search Icon: https://www.gstatic.com/images/branding/googlemic/2x/googlemic_color_24dp.png

App - Google Search: http://pluspng.com/img-png/google-logo-png-open-2000.png

App - Maps: http://pluspng.com/img-png/google-maps-png-google-maps-icon-1600.png

App - Drive: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/da/Google_Drive_logo.png

App - Calendar: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/47/Google-calendar.svg/1024px-Google-calendar.svg.png

App - Photos: https://blogs.acu.edu/innovation_foundry/files/2017/06/google_photos1600.png

App - Keep: https://i.pinimg.com/originals/09/96/92/099692d1d651d51b7caf3040fce0f748.png


App Menu Icon:

Use Google Material Icons:

Add this in HTML head element: <link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/icon?family=Material+Icons" rel="stylesheet">

Use this to generate icon: <i id="dropdown-menu" class="material-icons">apps</i>

CSS - Practice Problem-1: Create Google.com Look-Alike
00:59

Hey guys, in this video we will try to create the webpage that I gave as an assignment in the previous video.

CSS - Practice Problem-1: Create Google.com Look-Alike Solution
31:49

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Responsive Web Design.

CSS - Introduction to Responsive Web Design
01:19

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Viewport.

CSS - Viewport
04:55

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Dynamic Width and Height.

CSS - Dynamic Size
04:31

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Media Queries.

CSS - Introduction to Media Queries
03:27

Hey guys, in this video we will create a responsive webpage using Media Queries.

CSS - Responsive Webpage Design using Media Queries
13:00

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Flex Layout.

CSS - Flex Layout
02:42

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Flex Container Properties.

CSS - Flex Container Properties
07:21

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to align Flex Items.

CSS - Align Flex Items
07:41

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Flex Item Properties.

CSS - Flex Item Properties
05:26

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to design topbar using Flex layout.

CSS - Design Topbar using Flex
03:52

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to design a Responsive Grid using Flex.

CSS - Responsive Grid using Flex
04:20

Hey guys, in this video we will learn all about transform property.

CSS - Transform Property
07:38

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to align items in center using transform property.

CSS - Align Elements using Transform Property
03:01

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about the transition property.

CSS - Transition Property
07:01

Hey guys, in this video we will learn all about animation property.

CSS - Animation Property
08:47

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to animate HTML Elements

CSS - Flying Rocket Animation using Animation Property
02:50

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Grid Layout.

CSS - Introduction to Grid Layout
02:31

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about the Grig Container properties.

CSS - Grid Container Properties
08:28

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about the Grig Item properties.

CSS - Grid Item Properties
08:36

Hey guys, please find below all the details required to design each section.

Demo Website: https://demoapi-43d03.firebaseapp.com/

Reference Image: https://edyoda.s3.ap-south-1.amazonaws.com/public/Project++Page+Design+-+Color+Codes-01.png

========================================

Section 1:

Background Image: https://edyoda.s3.ap-south-1.amazonaws.com/public/landing-background.png

Topbar Logo URL: https://mobirise.com/extensions/organicamp/assets/images/logo1.jpg


Menu Items:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Color: black;

Font Thickness: 600;

Font Size: 14px;


Dropdown:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Top Border: 2px solid rgb(170, 210, 54);

Background Color: white;

Shadow: 0 2px 5px #ccc;


Buy-Now Button:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 12px;

Font Thickness: 600;

Text Color: white;

Background Color: rgb(170, 210, 54);

Padding: 9px 34px;

Border Radius: 4px;


Section 1 Heading:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 44px;

Font Thickness: 600;

Letter Spacing: 8.8px;

Line Height: 1.2;


Section 1 Description:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 14px;

Letter Spacing: 0.5px;

Font Thickness: 400;

Color: #8b8b99;

==============================

Section 2:

Step 1:

icon: <i class="fa fa-cut"></i>

Background color: #5acda6


Step 2:

icon: <i class="fa fa-paint-brush"></i>

Background color: #91ac41;


Step 3:

icon: <i class="fa fa-shopping-bag"></i>

Background color: #e4b476;


Step 4:

icon: <i class="far fa-smile"></i>

Background color: #f69dad;


Step Icon Width/Font-Size: 96px;


Step Label:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Font Thickness: 600;

Text Size: 24px;


Step Description:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 14px;

Letter Spacing: 0.5px;

Line Height: 1.6;

==============================

Section 3:

Background color: #f7eee2;


Fresh Food Text:

Text Color: #91ac41;

Text Size: 24px;

Font Family: 'Caveat', cursive;

Margin: 0;

Margin Top: 35px;


Section 3 Heading:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 44px;

Font Thickness: 600;


Section 3 Description:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 16px;

Font Thickness: 500;

Text Color: #8b8b99;

Letter Spacing: 0.5px;


Icon 1:

<i class="fa fa-camera">

Icon 2:

<i class="fa-rocket fa">

Icon 3:

<i class="fab fa-twitter">

Icon 4:

<i class="fab fa-weixin"></i>


Item Icon:

Background Color: #e3b375

Width/Font-Size: 60px;


Item Heading:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 24px;

Font Thickness: 600;


Item Description:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 16px;

Letter Spacing: 0.5px;

Font Thickness: 500;

Text Color: #8b8b99;


==============================

Section 4:

Fresh Food Text:

Text Color: #91ac41;

Text Size: 24px;

Font Family: 'Caveat', cursive;

Margin: 0;

Margin Top: 35px;


Section 4 Heading:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 44px;

Font Thickness: 600;


Section 4 Description:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 16px;

Font Thickness: 500;

Text Color: #8b8b99;

Letter Spacing: 0.5px;


Testimonial Image 1:

URL: https://mobirise.com/extensions/organicamp/assets/images/face5.jpg


Testimonial Image 2:

URL: https://mobirise.com/extensions/organicamp/assets/images/face6.jpg


Testimonial Image 3:

URL: https://mobirise.com/extensions/organicamp/assets/images/face7.jpg


Testimonial Card:

Background Color: #f5f6fb;

Top-left Border Radius: 45px;

Bottom-left Border Radius: 45px;

Bottom-right Border Radius: 45px;


Testimonial Card Image:

Border Radius: 50%;

Width: 80px;


Testimonial Card Message:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 14px;

Letter Spacing: 0.5px;

Font Style: Italic;

Text Color: #8b8b99;


Testimonial Card Author:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 16px;

Font Thickness: 600;

Testimonial Card Author:

Font Family: 'Poppins', sans-serif;

Text Size: 12px;

Text Color: #8b8b99;

Font Style: Italic;

==============================

Section 5:

Left Image URL: https://mobirise.com/extensions/organicamp/assets/images/19.jpg

Right Background Image: https://edyoda.s3.ap-south-1.amazonaws.com/public/strawberry-white.png

Subscribe Button:

Background Color: #f69dad;

==============================

Section 6:

Stats Item Green Color:

==============================

Section 7:

Video URL: https://player.vimeo.com/video/275412279

==============================

Section 8:

Figure it out. The styles are same as other sections.

==============================

Section 9:

Footer Background Color: #232323

==============================

ALL THE BEST!!

CSS - Final Project Problem Statement
02:48
+ Javascript - Basics to Advanced
64 lectures 07:46:04

Hey guys, in this module we will learn all about JavaScript.

We will start from the basic topics like variables, code structure, arrays, etc and move on to more advanced topics like manipulating DOM, connecting to the backend, AJAX, JSON, jQuery, etc.

This is gonna be an amazing learning experience.


This is the introduction video for the JavaScript - Basics to Advanced course.


Hope you are excited!!

JavaScript - Introduction
02:53

Hey guys, in this video we have talked about some building blocks of a programming language like variables, operators, expressions and data types.

JavaScript - Introduction to Variables, Operators and Expressions
07:42

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about JavaScript Variables.


Practice Problems:

Which of these variables have valid names? If a variable name is not valid then also explain the reason. Best of Luck!!

1. &alpha1

2. NUM1

3. DATE-5

4. TotalSum_

5. 12Byby

6. num1

7. super$$

8. Object

9. StringNew

10. $rankInClass


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/BMLrQj


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Variables
08:04

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Numbers in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Try to answer the following questions. Also, try to explain why do you think that your answer is correct. Best of Luck!!


1. console.log(0 / 0)

2. console.log(0 / 5)

3. console.log(3 * 'a')

4. console.log('a' * 3)

5. console.log('b' + 4)

6. console.log(4 + 'b')

7. console.log(5 - 'c')

8. console.log('c' - 5)


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/BMLxyd


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Numbers
07:10

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Number Functions in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Try to answer the following questions.  Also, try to explain why do you think your answer is correct. Best of Luck!!

1. console.log(toString(100))

2. console.log(parseInt('44'))

3. console.log(parseInt('22.222'))

4. console.log(parseInt('Banana'))

5. console.log(parseFloat(12))

6. console.log(parseFloat(13.3))

7. var num1 = 10; console.log(num1.toFixed(2))

8. var num1 = 15.456789; console.log(num1.toFixed())

9. var num1 = 15.456789; console.log(number.toFixed(2))

10. var num1 = 15.456789; console.log(num1.toFixed(3))


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/daWYge

My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - In-Built Number Functions
08:14

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Strings in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Try to answer the following questions. Also, try to explain why do you think your answer is correct. Best of Luck!!

1. console.log('JavaScript is Cool")

2. console.log('I'm gonna learn JavaScript')

3. console.log("This is a \"test\" string")

4. console.log('This is another /'test/' string')

5. console.log("How about this string??")


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/rPmBoB


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Strings
07:20

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Inbuilt String Functions in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Try to answer the following questions.  Also, try to explain why do you think your answer is correct. Best of Luck!!

var mStr = "This is my test string to practice the JavaScript string function concepts. This is gonna be fun."

1. Find the length of the first sentence in the string.

2. Find the length of the second sentence in the string.

3. Find the first and last occurrence of the word "This".

4. Find the sub-string with length 12 from the START of the string mStr.

5. Find the sub-string with length 12 from the END of the string mStr.


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/ZwKELb


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - In-Built String Functions Part-1
11:13

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Inbuilt String Functions in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Try to answer the following questions. Also, try to explain why do you think your answer is correct. Best of Luck!!


var str1 = 'Today is';

var str2 = ' A beautiful day '

var str3 = ' In Hawaii. '

Result = 'Today is a beautiful day in Hawaii.'

1. Use the str1, str2, str3 to create the Result string. Keep the extra spaces, lowercase and uppercase letters in mind.


var mStr = 'Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su'

2. Convert this string to an array that holds different days. Also, capitalize all the characters.


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/exWmJE


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - In-Built String Functions Part-2
13:47

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Null and Undefined values in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Try to answer the following questions. Also, try to explain why do you think your answer is correct. Best of Luck!!


var mNum;

console.log(mNum)

var mNum = null

console.log(mNum)

1. What will be the result of the first and second console.log()?


console.log(undefined == null)

console.log(undefined === null)

2. What will be the result of the first and second console.log().



Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/Oqmraz


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Null and Undefined Values
03:27

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about If-else conditional statement in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Answer the following questions. Use code-pen to execute the code. Best of Luck!!


Q1. Take the values given below of length and breadth of a rectangle and check if it is square or not. Change values and see if your code works or not.

var length=200;

var breadth=200;


Q2. Write some code to check which number is greatest. Change values and see if your code works or not.

var num1=5, num2=8, num3=20;


Q3. A school has following rules for grading system:

a. Below 25 - F

b. 25 to 45 - E

c. 45 to 50 - D

d. 50 to 60 - C

e. 60 to 80 - B

f. Above 80 - A


var enteredMarks = 77

Change the value of enteredMarks and print the corresponding grade.


Q4. var numberOfItemPurchased = 8

A shop will give a discount of 10% if the cost of the purchased quantity is more than 1000. Suppose, one unit will cost 100. Change the value of numberOfItemPurchased and print total cost for the user.


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/GemzZx


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Conditional Statement: If-else
04:12

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Switch Conditional Statement in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Answer the following questions. Use code-pen to execute the code. Best of Luck!!


Q1. Write a program to print the number of days in a month using a switch case. Change the value of monthNumber and check if your code works fine.

var monthNumber = 3;

Example:

monthNumber = 3

Output:

Month = March

Total number of days = 31


Q2. Write a program to check vowel or consonant using switch case. Change the value of enteredAlphabet and check if your code works fine.

var enteredAlphabet = 'd'

Example:

enteredAlphabet: c

Output: 'c' is consonant


Q3. Write a program to check even or odd number using switch case. Change the value of enteredNumber and check if your code works fine.

var enteredNumber = 41

Example:

enteredNumber: 41

Output: 41 is an odd number


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/wOdNbV


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Conditional Statement: Switch
06:45

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Arithmetic Operators in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Answer the following questions WITHOUT executing the code in codepen. Also, explain why do you think your answer is correct.

Best of Luck!!


Q. What will be printed in the console.

var num1 = 1 + 5;

var num2 = num1 / 4;

var num3 = 1 + 5;

var num4 = num3 / 4;

console.log(num2 + " " + num4);


Q. What will be printed in the console.

var a = 1;

var b = 2;

var c;

var d;

c = ++b;

d = a++;

c++;

b++;

++a;

console.log(a + " " + b + " " + c);


Q. What will be printed in the console.

var input = 7;

var output1 = ++input + ++input + ++input;

var output2 = input++ + input++ + input++;

var output3 = input++ + ++input + input++;

console.log(output1 + ' ' + output2 + ' ' + output3);


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/RzwLWd


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Arithmetic Operators
06:37

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Assignment Operators in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Answer the following questions WITHOUT executing the code in codepen. Also, explain why do you think your answer is correct.

Best of Luck!!


Q. With x = 0, which of the following statements will produce a value of 1?

1. x++;

2. x = x + 1;

3. x += 1;


Q. With x = 1, which of the following statements will produce a value of 0?

1. x--;

2. x = x - 1;

3. x -= 1;


Q. What will be the result of following statement?

var num = 100;

num += 5 * 10 / 2;


Q. What will be the result of following statement?

var num = 100;

num *= 2 * 10 / 5;


Q. What will be the result of following statement?

var num = 100;

num /= 2 * 8 - 15;


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/gNOXwg


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Assignment Operators
05:08

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Comparison and Logical Operators in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Answer the following questions WITHOUT executing the code in codepen. Also, explain why do you think your answer is correct.

Best of Luck!!


Q. What will be printed in the console?

var a = 10;

var b = 5;

var c = 12;

var e = 8;

var d;

d = parseInt((a * (c - b) / e + (b + c)) <= (e * (c + a) / (b + c) + a));

console.log(d);

if (d == 1){

     console.log((a * (c - b) / e + (b + c)));

} else {

     console.log((e * (c + a) / (b + c) + a));

}


Q. What will be printed in the console?

var n = 2;

var p = 4;

var q = 5;

var w = 3;

if ( !((p * q) /n <= (q * w) + n/p )) {

     console.log( ++p + w++ + " " + ++n);

}

else {

     console.log(--p + q-- + " " + --n);

}


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/wOdOPM


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Comparison and Logical Operators
07:07

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Implicit Type Coercion in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Answer the following questions WITHOUT executing the code in codepen. Also, explain why do you think your answer is correct.

Best of Luck!!


Q. What will be printed in the console.

  1. console.log(true + false)

  2. console.log(12 / "6")

  3. console.log("number" + 15 + 3)

  4. console.log(15 + 3 + "number")

  5. console.log(1 > null)

  6. console.log("foo" + + "bar")

  7. console.log('true' == true)

  8. console.log(false == 'false')

  9. console.log(null == '')

  10. console.log(!!"false" == !!"true")


Implicit Coercion Table: https://dorey.github.io/JavaScript-Equality-Table/


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/KEmYrr


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Implicit Type Coercion
08:23

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Explicit Type Coercion in JavaScript.


Practice Problems:

Answer the following questions WITHOUT executing the code in codepen. Also, explain why do you think your answer is correct.

Best of Luck!!


Q. A. What will be printed in the console?

  1. String(123)

  2. String(-12.3)

  3. String(null)

  4. String(undefined)

  5. String(true)

  6. String(false)


Q. B. What will be printed in the console?

  1. Boolean('')

  2. Boolean('Hello')

  3. Boolean(0)

  4. Boolean(200)

  5. Boolean(-0)

  6. Boolean(-200)

  7. Boolean(NaN)

  8. Boolean(null)

  9. Boolean(undefined)

  10. Boolean(false)


Q. C. What will be printed in the console?

  1. Number(null)

  2. Number(undefined)

  3. Number(true)

  4. Number(false)

  5. Number(" 12 ")

  6. Number("-12.34")

  7. Number("\n")

  8. Number(" 12s ")

  9. Number(123)


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/wOdbGY


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Explicit Type Coercion
05:28

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Objects in JavaScript.


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/qvmGwp


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Objects
05:11

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Arrays in JavaScript.


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/zbwVaa


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Arrays Part 1
06:33

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Arrays in JavaScript.


Practice Problems: Coming Soon. Stay tuned.


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/gEWVrw


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Arrays Part 2
06:11

Hey guys, in this video we have talked about loops. Check it out.

JavaScript - Introduction to Loops
01:54

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about While Loops in JavaScript.


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/EMmqza


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - While Loop
02:07

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about For loops in JavaScript.


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/EMXZQE


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - For Loops
04:54

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Functions in JavaScript.


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/YozLYa


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Functions
05:39

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Function Arguments.


Codepen URL: https://codepen.io/qaifikhan/pen/mdbENJx


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Function Arguments
08:31

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Scope and Environment of Variables and Functions.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Scope and Environment
09:05

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Variable Hoisting.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Variable Hoisting
03:45

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Function Hoisting.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Function Hoisting
04:55

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Document Object Model.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Introduction to DOM
06:05

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to select HTML elements using:

  • getElementById()

  • getElementsByClassName()

  • getElementsByTagName()


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Select HTML Elements
08:30

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Query Selectors -

  • querySelector()

  • querySelectorAll()


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Query Selectors
04:58

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to update HTML element content and attributes using JavaScript.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Update HTML Elements
12:31

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to update styles of an HTML element.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Updating Styles
12:43

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Events, Event Listeners and Event Handlers.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Intro to Events
13:46

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add and remove classes to and from HTML elements using JavaScript.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Add and Remove Classes from HTML Elements
10:21

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to get styles of HTML elements using JavaScript


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Getting Styles
14:06

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Form Events


Event References: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Events


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Form Events
12:37

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Keyboard Events


Please download the below files for assignment use:

Audio Files: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eW0q8xrMv3sBilXoWmre98kpuvhp4jH3


Event References: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Events


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Keyboard Events
07:50

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Mouse Events


Event References: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Events


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Mouse Events
14:07

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to create new HTML elements using JavaScript


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Create HTML Elements - Part 1
15:08

Hey guys, in this video we will create the web app feature I gave you to design in the previous video.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Create HTML Elements - Part 2
10:26

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to replace and delete HTML elements using JavaScript.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript- Update and Delete HTML Elements
08:32

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Browser Object Model.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Introduction to Browser Object Model
09:51

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about the Screen and Navigator object.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Screen and Navigator Object
05:04

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about History and Location object.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - History and Location Object
05:03

Hey guys, this is an assignment video.

You can use the Images and styles given below to complete the assignment.

Watch Skin URLs:

Red: https://i.imgur.com/PTgQlim.png

Black: https://i.imgur.com/iOeUBV7.png

Blue: https://i.imgur.com/Mplj1YR.png

Pink: https://i.imgur.com/Zygu7I3.png

Purple: https://i.imgur.com/xSIK4M8.png


Color Code:

Blue - #565681

Purple - #8a5362

Black - #23211f

Red - #ca3d22

Pink - #e9c7be


Font Family:

Montserrat

Source Sans Pro


You have to complete the assignment on codepen and share the codepen URL in the Q&A section below.

All the best!!


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Mini-Project 1: Smartwatch Showcase
01:05

Hey guys, this is an assignment video.


Use the background image given below:

Background Image URL: https://i.imgur.com/mSPU63U.jpg


You have to complete the assignment on codepen and share the codepen URL in the Q&A section below.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Mini-Project 2: Calculator App
00:50

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Regular Expressions.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Introduction to Regular Expressions
05:22

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Meta characters and Character classes in Regular Expressions.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Meta-characters and Character Classes
09:59

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Quantifiers in Regular Expressions.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Regex Quantifiers
10:09

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to use Regular Expressions inside the JavaScript code.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Using Regex inside JavaScript
07:17

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Groups in Regular Expressions.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Regex Groups
10:36

Hey guys, in this video we will try a form validation problem using regular expressions.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Form Validation using Regex
08:37

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Object Oriented Programming concepts in JavaScript.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
04:32

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about the "this" keyword in JavaScript.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - The "this" Keyword
04:56

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Prototypes or Constructor Functions in JavaScript.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Constructor Functions
06:08

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Inheritance and Prototype Chains in JavaScript.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Inheritance and Prototype Chain
04:29

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to implement inheritance in JavaScript.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Prototype Implementation
08:45

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about frontend and backend.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Understanding Frontend and Backend
02:08

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about HTTP Request and Response.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - HTTP Request and Response
04:21

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about JavaScript Object Notation also known as JSON.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Introduction to JSON
08:03

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about AJAX.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Introduction to AJAX
05:56

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about handling the response of AJAX calls.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Handling HTTP Response
04:52

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to use HTTP response data to render HTML elements.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Working with HTTP Response Data
05:14

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to send POST calls to create new entities at the backend.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

JavaScript - Making HTTP Post Requests
08:52
+ jQuery
6 lectures 38:43

Hey guys, in this video we will learn:

  • What is jQuery?

  • Why is jQuery used?


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

jQuery - Introduction
02:42

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Selectors and Filters in jQuery.


Selectors Reference: https://api.jquery.com/category/selectors/

Filter Reference: https://api.jquery.com/category/selectors/basic-filter-selectors/


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

jQuery - Selectors and Filters
10:24

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about adding and updating HTML elements using jQuery.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

jQuery - Add/Update HTML Elements
06:03

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about adding and updating styles using jQuery.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

jQuery - Add/Update Styles
07:22

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about handling HTML events using jQuery


Events Reference: https://api.jquery.com/category/events/


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

jQuery - Handling HTML Events
07:11

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about sending GET and POST calls using jQuery.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

jQuery - Making AJAX Calls
05:01
+ Modern Javascript (ES6) For React
16 lectures 01:28:54

Hey guys, welcome to the "Modern JavaScript for React" Module.


In this module, we will learn about the features released in ES6 and above which are used extensively in React development.


In this video, we will talk about the different versions of JavaScript and new feature releases in ES6.


Version and Feature releases:

https://medium.com/@dupski/what-major-new-features-were-in-each-javascript-version-what-version-should-i-target-25526c498687


Hope you are excited!!


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Introduction
04:10

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about variable creation using the let and const keyword provided by ES6.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Variable Creation using "let" and "const"
04:13

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Template Strings.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Template Strings
06:12

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Arrow Functions.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Arrow Functions
03:39

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Rest Operator.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Rest Operator
03:55

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Spread Operator.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Spread Operator
05:27

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about Destructuring.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Destructuring
07:52

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about an arrow function called map().


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Array Functions: map()
08:40

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about an arrow function called reduce()


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Arrow Functions: reduce()
05:14

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about an arrow function called filter()


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Arrow Functions: filter()
04:17

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about two new arrow functions called find() and findIndex()


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Arrow Functions: find() and findIndex()
04:01

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about classes.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Introduction to Classes
04:24

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about inheritance in ES6.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Inheritance in ES6
07:20

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about callbacks and promises.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Callbacks and Promises
05:17

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about How to create and use Promises.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Working with Promises
06:30

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to chain multiple promises.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ES6 - Chaining Promises
07:43
+ React JS
26 lectures 03:36:03

Hey guys, Welcome to the ReactJS Module.


In this module, we are gonna cover everything you will need to create end-to-end React applications.

We will learn :

  • What is SPA(Single Page Application)

  • What is JSX

  • What are state and props

  • Stateful and Stateless components

  • CSS Modules

  • render() method

  • lifecycle methods

We will also have one practice assignment and one final project based on all the concepts we have learned so far in this course.


This is the introductory video of ReactJS. In this video, we will talk about

  • What is ReactJS?

  • How can it help you?

  • Who is using it?


Hope you are excited for the last module of this course!!

ReactJS - Introduction
03:11

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about Single and Multi-page Applications.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Understanding SPAs and MPAs
03:24

Hey guys, in this video we will learn How to use create-react-app to bootstrap a new React project.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Creating our First React App
06:31

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about different files created by default when we bootstrap a react project using create-react-app(CRA).


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Project Structure created by CRA
03:45

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about JSX.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Introduction to JSX
11:46

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about what happens behind the scenes when we use JSX.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - JSX Behind the Scenes
07:53

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add styles to React Elements using inline styles and external style sheet.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Adding Styles to React Elements
07:34

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to create react elements dynamically using lists.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Create React Elements Dynamically
04:38

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to create React Components.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Creating our First React Component
06:40

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to pass data to components using props.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Passing Data to Components using Props
06:49

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to export and import modules using the "export" and "import" keywords.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Import and Export of Modules
09:04

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to use CSS module to localize our CSS classes.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Introduction to CSS Modules
06:21

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to add media queries to make our components Mobile Responsive.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Creating Mobile Responsive Components
01:36

Hey guys, in this video we will learn about the difference between Stateful and Stateless Components.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Stateful vs Stateless Components
02:44

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to create a Class-based Component. 


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Creating Class-based Components
09:43

Hey guys, in this video we will learn more about the setState() method. 


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - More about setState() Method
05:39

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to pass props to class-based components. 


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Passing Props to Class-based Components
11:01

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to pass functions as props to components. 


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Passing Function as Props
10:20

Hey guys, in this video I have talked about a small application, "Product Details Page".

I want you to try and make it.


ProductData file URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/14Wo44Xi-Dp2xR16d7WFx7fqiB33lKyzS/view?usp=sharing


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Practice Problem: Product Details Page
01:31

Hey guys, this is part 1 of the solution for the Product Details Problem I gave in the previous video. 


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Practice Problem: Product Details Page [Solution] - Part 1
31:37

Hey guys, this is part 2 of the solution for the Product Details Problem I gave in the previous video. 


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Practice Problem: Product Details Page [Solution] - Part 2
27:21

Hey guys, this is part 3 of the solution for the Product Details Problem I gave in the previous video. 


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Practice Problem: Product Details Page [Solution] - Part 3
15:49

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about what happens when render() method is called. 


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - render() method - Behind the scenes
02:57

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about the component creation lifecycle. 


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Component Lifecycle - Creation
05:52

Hey guys, in this video we will talk about the component updation lifecycle.


My Twitter Handle: @qaifikhan

ReactJS - Component Lifecycle - Updation
06:39

Hey guys, in this video we will learn how to use shouldComponentUpdate() lifecycle method to avoid unnecessary re-renders to improve the performance of our react app.

ReactJS - shouldComponentUpdate() Lifecycle Method
05:38
Requirements
  • Should have basic knowledge of operating Computer
Description

This course is a complete guide to become an expert front-end web developer. It contains all the tools and technologies that you should be proficient to work as a React Developer.

  • We will go through the journey of learning HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, ES6, jQuery, and ReactJS.

  • Each of these course modules has a project which you can work on.

  • Along with the project problem statement video you will also find the solution video for that project. It is advised to first try working on the project by yourself.

  • Once you have completed working on it,  you can see the solution video to know what are the best practices and the most optimized way to complete it.

  • As you keep on creating new projects, start adding them in your GitHub repository so that by the end of the course you will be having a place to showcase all your work.

  • You will definitely enjoy the journey while completing the course!

    Happy Learning!
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Who this course is for:
  • Beginners who want to learn Web Development from scratch
  • Freshers who want to become a React Frontend Developer
  • Programmers who want to learn Javascript language
  • Developers who want to learn React JS