One of the most frustrating aspects of learning a new technology is the overwhelming amount of out of date resources that exist.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dependencies, make sure your code matches the instructor's, but everything is broken because the instructors code is out of date.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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Really amazing course. Tyler breaks down the why as well as the how on React and this went a long way in helping my understanding of the material. Definitely worth the subscription.
Great value for time spent. To the point and clear explanations.
I learned so much in the span of less than a week between this course and the basic React course. Concept clarity at its finest.
I really like the way Tyler teaches. This was a great review!
Overall, I found the course helpful. I didn't know anything about React. Now, I know something about React. The course structure alternates between instructional chapters where you learn a new skill and a project chapter where you deploy that skill to build another part of the app you are creating. Having the two parts is helpful. Some of the instructional chapters are long and can be IMHO confusing. You learn various ways of doing something (this is probably good). But, as a result, you're often sort of doing something, then undoing it when a better way is introduced a little later on. The React course does take a lot of time. Sometimes, I spent an hour or two on a chapter when the video is only about 10 or 15 minutes. I stopped and started the video and took really detailed notes. Hopefully, this pays off in the long run.
This course explains some very scary topics (like prototypes and hoisting) in a very accessible manner. It makes you realize that these topics aren't so complicated after all.
This course was great. It was a challenging course but easy to get through. I like that there's an additional project at the end to work through independently.
I really liked this course. I enjoyed it a lot and I considered it's truly helpful for learning React. I think Tyler is a great teacher.
I just went through advanced js and it was very well structured and explained. The course goes through the entire flow behind the creation and use of each feature, really cool way to explain stuff.