One of the most frustrating aspects of learning a new technology is the overwhelming amount of out of date resources that exist. You've probably experienced it before - half-way through a blog post only to realize that what you're learning is an old API and the new one is completely different. Or worse, you purchase a course, install the dependencies, make sure your code matches the instructor's, but everything is broken because the instructors code is out of date.
When starting this site, my only goal was to create the resources I wish existed when I was starting out. Part of that includes having courses which are free from breaking changes so students never have to worry if a certain course is up to date.
Here are the details. Within 60 days of a breaking change, all courses will be updated to reflect the new API. If not, you'll receive a full refund for what you paid during those 60 days as well as any additional days that the breaking change(s) persist.
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It's great course that contains sound fundamentals of js.
This course was incredible! I have just finished the original react course, and I've found some things that I didn't fully enjoy. However this course is just amazing. You have done a very good job in explaining the hooks, it was very easy to understand more complicated useMemo and useCallback. My favourites by far are the useEffect and useReducer, in the way you explained them, previously I was scared of useReducer, or didn't understand when useEffect ran. The bonus about execution context was also great. Thank you!
This was an amazing and straight to the point course. No fluff, just pure knowledge, and practical advice. I bought this course because I got so much value out of Tyler's free video on YouTube and because I loved his teaching style, I went ahead and subscribed. No regrets so far. Keep up the good work.
The course is very good, i would give 5 stars, however the stuff in "not necessary" videos, eg. HOC, is repeated in the project later on. The course completion percentage has stuck on 54% for me. And last but not least, the video player, works strangely with how it gets the arrow keys functionality. It would also be nice, if you spoke slower (personal opinion), as well as if we could have the "copy to clipboard" buttons above the videos with css and npm installations. I loved everything else :)
As a web developer with over 20 years experience, this course was still very helpful for me. I switch between Vue, React and Angular a lot. Re-covering js fundamentals with a focus on latest language features helps me to keep framework syntax in its place. It also helps from a historical perspective after writing js since before jQuery was around.
This was a really in depth course. At times I thought it's really taking a long time but it was totally worth it. And I myself watched atleast a couple videos again and again to really grasp the concept. I am sure I will re-review some material again.
This course is a must-have if you're planning to learn React Hooks or converting your class-based components to functional components and of course using React Hooks. Thank you, Tyler :)
Quality content. Was fun making the 'Github Battle'app and later hosting it. Def feel more confident about finishing the Curriculum before moving on to the React Hooks course.