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Top 5 Online Courses to Learn React JS in 2020 - Best of All

Howdy Folks, welcome to my first blog post. Up to this point, I was only writing project-based tutorials, but I thought why shouldn't I recommend the best products out there which I felt is the best in the universe? That's why I started writing this blog post...

Now to the point, If you are a web developer or someone passionate about front end web development and had already done learning HTML, CSS, and Javascript and now you are currently looking to learn some front end libraries like React or React JS or React.js (yes you can call it however you like), but are confused about which courses to choose, then you have come to the right place!

Yes, I had experienced the pain now you are currently experiencing. Choosing the best up to date course is not an easy task. Only who had selected all paths and realized that "this is the best path" can only answer your search. Here I have curated a list of the top 5 best online courses to learn React JS in 2020. Hope this will help you.

Talking about React JS, React is an open-source JavaScript library for building user interfaces or UI components. It is maintained by Facebook and a community of individual developers and companies. React can be used as a base in the development of single-page or mobile applications. By far this is the top trending and most loved Javascript library behind JQuery.

According to the Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2020, JQuery is slowly losing ground to React.js, and React.js is at the top place making Angular and Vue.js far behind:

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So this is by far the best time to learn React.js. And If you are wondering why you should learn a library like React.js, then ask this, Why Shouldn't you? Because companies like Facebook, Walmart, Uber, Airbnb, and Netflix are all using React in production. Learning React.js will also improve your chances of getting a job as a front end web developer. And more than anything else, it is a lot more fun to learn React.js as a hobby!

Without further ado, let's explore the best courses to learn React.js in 2020.

1).Β React - The Complete Guide (incl Hooks, React Router, Redux)

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Instructor - Maximilian SchwarzmΓΌller
Total Length -Β 40.5 hours on-demand video
Students enrolled - More thanΒ 298,871
4.6 Star Rating (out of 5)
This is by far the best course available on React JS. It is completely up to date, so you can take this course without any worry.

In this course, you will start with the very basics of Javascript andΒ then learn to code in React, followed-up by testing and debugging your React application. Throughout the course, you will make a Burger Builder React Project which grows as you learn and apply new things.

In short, thisΒ course willΒ start at the very basicsΒ and expla...

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Andrew Baisden

Maximilian SchwarzmΓΌller is good I have a lot of his courses. He's also good if you want to learn the MERN stack.

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