I once heard something like "If you can explain it simple enough it means you really know the subject". I have been studying Front-End for a couple of months and I wanted to check if I really know how to use React, so I wrote a small tutorial.
The catch is that I'm very sure there are a lot of things missing in the tutorial and as it is the first time I write something like this I need feedback from everyone, from junior (did you understand?) to senior (did I forgot to add something?).
So here it is. Feel free to comment here or making a pull request to change the tutorial, it'll be much appreciated.
Are you an impatient student like me? This is the React tutorial for you.
Disclaimer: This was made with the combined knowledge I acquired from many tutorials, articles and videos. Not all the images I use are of my autorship.
- Before we start
- Some things to have in mind
- Extra information
I’m writing this because of two reasons:
- The first is to ensure I know React so well that I can write a tutorial.
- I consider most tutorials to be very slow and I like going fast and straight to action, so here you will see little…