The complete Airtable Custom Blocks development course
- React basics
Airtable has opened its blocks development to developers - Its called "Custom Blocks".
Airtable is a billion dollar company that has opened its platform to developers.
Be one of the first to learn and build enterprise apps.
What will you learn?
1. You will learn how to work with all the Airtable models - such as Bases, Tables, Records, etc.
2. You will learn to use React hooks provided by Airtable.
3. You will learn to use the UI components that make your block look like its a part of Airtable.
4. You will learn the basics to self-learn and implement any missing features.
Airtable Custom Blocks is very new in the market.
So NOW is the opportunity to become an Airtable Custom Blocks developer.
This course will be constantly updated with new features as and when they are released.
Who this course is for:
- Web developers
- Airtable Users
- 00:04Where is the code?
- 04:55Create your First Block
- 07:09Base, useBase - 2 ways to work with the Base Model
- 05:27Tables - Working with the Table Model
- 07:38Records, useRecords - Accessing the records in your table
- 05:50Get Cell Value - Get data from individual fields
- 08:49Cell And Record Rendering - Use Airtable UI Components for rendering
- 04:22Cursor - What is the user doing?
- 07:15Get Selected Record - The record selected by the user
- 10:09Fetch Data - Call an external API
- 04:02Update Record - Write data back to your table's records
- 10:42Added June 2020 - Get Selected Record and Async/Await
- 13:57GlobalConfig Part 1 - Store your configurations
- 02:20GlobalConfig Part 2 - Automatic configuration management
- 03:13Added June 2020 - Input Synced (GlobalConfig Part 3)
- 00:05Working with SCSS stylesheets
Page Monk has been architecting SAAS projects for Fortune 500 companies for over a decade and currently works in the Bay Area for a finance company. His courses are a result of his learnings over the years and what he wishes existed when he was learning.
He started his career with Java and jQuery, moved on to Rails and Angular 1 and now currently works on NodeJS and ReactJS.