React Tooling and Development Workflow in Action
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React Tooling and Development Workflow in Action

Using Git, Jenkins CI, Node Package Manager, Babel, Webpack and Jest
3.4 (14 ratings)
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987 students enrolled
Created by John Ruffin
Last updated 12/2015
English
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  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Code React.js, leveraging it's ecosystem, GIT, and Jenkins
  • Understand app development workflow
  • Code some ES6/ES2015
  • Code JEST unit tests
  • Configure and execute WebPack
  • Use Babel-Loader for JSX
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Requirements
  • Install Git and a text editor (e.g. Sublime, atom, notepad++)
Description

Javascript Developers: coding React is not hard, but it's not simple either. We will walk through and learn how to use React ecosystem tooling. Tools like Git, Jenkins CI, Node Package Manager, WebPack, Babel, and Jest all need configuration specific to your application. This can be daunting to those new to React development. This series breaks down usage and best practice configuration for you.

Making React development even more complex, is the decision as to which Javascript Module Pattern to use. In this tutorial, we break down two of the most popular options: CommonJS and ES2015 modules. After this you will be armed with enough data to make an informed decision.

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Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for developers. Beginner and advanced developers will see best practices in action.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Tools of the React.js ecosystem
1 Lecture 00:46
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Using Git: Branch and Tag features
2 Lectures 10:48
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Understanding package.json Node Package Manager (NPM)
1 Lecture 03:46
The package.json file
03:46
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Webpack module bundler
1 Lecture 08:59
The webpack.config.js file
08:59
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JEST unit tests
1 Lecture 06:30
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JS Module Types and React Components
1 Lecture 13:59
CommonJS or ES6 React modules/components
13:59
About the Instructor
John Ruffin
3.4 Average rating
14 Reviews
987 Students
1 Course
Oracle Certified Java Programmer

In almost 2 decades of application development, systems architecture, and IT management: I have designed, coded, tested, and implemented systems in language stacks from cobol db2 cics, java jsf jms spring hibernate, to javascript node react. I've even coded in Assembler. Add Apple WebObjects ObjectiveC, Swift and React Native for iPhone and Apple Watch apps. I've seen a lot and I've done a lot. Enjoy passing on lessons from the trenches to others. Hope you enjoy!