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Fullstack React & GoLang: Design to Reality

What you’ll learn
  • React with Pro Designs and Golang Backend Web Sockets / REST
  • Internet

Using Go Lang as our back end system and Mongo DB for Data strorage we will build a fluent React Hooks and Context front end with Styled Components and React Router. Asynchronous Web-Socket handling is a big focus on the back end with BCrypt user authentication and JWT Generation and Validation.  There is a huge dynamic touch with css flex and grid utilization as well for the front end. This course is Volume one of many to come after. Its is setup to be built / appended / added to.

Who this course is for:
  • React and GoLang Lovers

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Firebase React Courses

React Fullstack with node/express, PostgreSQL and AWS


Learn the Most used technologies currently in web development

AWS is the most used Cloud computing platform by far, with over 30% market share.

PostgreSQL is the one of the most popular SQL based database engine in the world.

I dont think I need to say anything about React.

We will begin with the basics, then move onto setting up the database. We will setup the Express routes which will allow us to communicate with our database. Then we will build out the client side blog using React components. We will animate the posts and comments, then move onto something more difficult. We will begin AWS. I will give you a detailed explanation of how AWS works then we will go into a complex deployment with AWS.

React Courses

React – The Complete Guide (incl Hooks, React Router, Redux)

Dive in and learn React.js from scratch! Learn Reactjs, Hooks, Redux, React Routing, Animations, Next.js and way more!

What you’ll learn

React – The Complete Guide (incl Hooks, React Router, Redux) Course Site

  • Build powerful, fast, user-friendly and reactive web apps
  • Provide amazing user experiences by leveraging the power of JavaScript with ease
  • Apply for high-paid jobs or work as a freelancer in one the most-demanded sectors you can find in web dev right now
  • Learn React Hooks & Class-based Components


  • JavaScript + HTML + CSS fundamentals are absolutely required
  • You DON’T need to be a JavaScript expert to succeed in this course!
  • ES6+ JavaScript knowledge is beneficial but not a must-have
  • NO prior React or any other JS framework experience is required!


This course is fully up-to-date with the latest version of React and includes React Hooks! 

What’s this course about?

Learn React or dive deeper into it. Learn the theory, solve assignments, practice in demo projects and build one big application that is improved throughout the course: The Burger Builder!

More details, please!

JavaScript is the major driver of modern web applications since it’s the only programming language that runs in the browser and hence allows you to provide highly reactive apps. You’ll be able to achieve mobile-app like user experiences on the web.

But using JavaScript can be challenging – it quickly becomes overwhelming to create a nice web app with vanilla JavaScript and jQuery only.

React to the rescue! 

React is all about components – basically, custom HTML elements – with which you can quickly build amazing and powerful web apps. Just build a component once, configure it to your needs, dynamically pass data into it (or listen to your events!) and re-use it as often as needed.

Need to display a list of users in your app? It’s as simple as creating a “User” component and outputting it as often as needed.

This course will start at the very basics and explain what exactly React is and how you may use it (and for which kind of apps). Thereafter, we’ll go all the way from basic to advanced. We’ll not just scratch the surface but dive deeply into React as well as popular libraries like react-router and Redux.

 By the end of the course, you can build amazing React (single page) applications!

Is this course for you?

This course is for you if …

  • …you’re just getting started with frontend/ JavaScript development and only got the JS basics set (no prior React or other framework experience is required!)
  • …you’re experienced with Angular or Vue but want to dive into React
  • …know the React basics but want to refresh them and/ or dive deeper
  • …already worked quite a bit with React but want to dive deeper and see it all come together in a bigger app

What should you bring to succeed in that course?

  • HTML + CSS + JavaScript knowledge is required. You don’t need to be an expert but the basics need to be set
  • NO advanced JavaScript knowledge is required, though you’ll be able to move even quicker through the course if you know next-gen JavaScript features like ES6 Arrow functions. A short refresher about the most important next-gen features is provided in the course though.

What’s inside the course?

  • The “What”, “Why” and “How”
  • React Basics (Base features, syntax and concepts)
  • Managing state with class-based components and React Hooks
  • How to output lists and conditional content
  • Styling of React components
  • A deep dive into the internals of React and advanced component features
  • How to access Http content from within React apps (AJAX)
  • Redux, Redux, Redux … from basics to advanced!
  • Forms and form validation in React apps
  • Authentication
  • An introduction to unit testing
  • An introduction to Next.js
  • React app deployment instructions
  • …and much more!

Who this course is for:

  • Students who want to learn how to build reactive and fast web apps
  • Anyone interested in learning an extremely popular technology used by leading tech companies like Netflix
  • Students who want to take their web development skills to the next level and learn a future-proof technology
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Size: 5.9 GB

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Advanced React And Redux: 2020 Edition

Detailed walkthroughs on advanced React and Redux concepts – Authentication, Testing, Middlewares, HOC’s, and Deployment

What you’ll learn

  • Build a scaleable API with authentication using Express, Mongo, and Passport
  • Learn the differences between cookie-based and token-based authentication
  • Figure out what a Higher Order Component and how to use it to write dramatically less code
  • Write Redux middleware from scratch to uncover what is happening behind the scenes with Redux
  • Set up your own testing environment with Jest and Enzyme
  • Realize the power of building composable components


  • Solid understanding of React
  • Intermediate understanding of Redux; you should have knowledge of reducers, actions, and action creators


Knowledge of React + Redux is 100% required! If you are familiar with reducers and action creators you will be fine.

This is the tutorial you’ve been looking for to take your React and Redux skills to the next level.

Authentication with Express/Mongo?  Yes!  Middleware/Higher Order Components? We got it.  Testing with Mocha/Chai?  It’s here!

This course wastes no time diving right into interesting topics, and teaches you the core knowledge you need to deeply understand and build React components and structure applications with Redux.

Mastering React and Redux can get you a position in web development or help you build that personal project you’ve been dreaming of. It’s a skill that will put you more in demand in the modern web development industry, especially with the release of Redux and ReactNative.

There are dozens of great tutorials online for React and Redux, but none of them teach the challenging, core features of these two fantastic libraries.  I created this course to push you beyond “just getting started.”

  • Learn how to thoroughly test React and Redux code, including tests for action creators and reducers
  • Get familiar with Higher Order Components.  Don’t know what they are?  No problem, you have been using them without even knowing it!
  • Rewrite a popular Redux Middleware from scratch to handle asynchronous actions
  • Become a master of the trickiest topic in Javascript: authentication.  You will write a server with enterprise-grade authentication from scratch that can scale to hundreds of thousands of users.  No shortcuts, no dummy data.

I have built the course that I would have wanted to take when I was learning React and Redux.  A course that explains the concepts and how they’re implemented in the best order for you to learn and deeply understand them.

Who this course is for:

  • Programmers with experience on React and Redux
  • NOT for programmers with no previous React/Redux experience!

Size: 8.81 GB

Firebase React Courses

React Redux Firebase CRUD Application with Authentication Course

Learn React from scratch with Redux and Firebase(database) to build web apps with Authentication and CRUD features.

What you’ll learn

React Redux Firebase CRUD Application with Authentication Course

  • Learn Modern JavaScript
  • React from Scratch
  • Learn Redux
  • Integrate Redux in React Project
  • Learn to build a real world project
  • How to implement CRUD – Create, Read, Update, Delete
  • Learn to use Firebase Realtime Database
  • Implement Commenting system
  • Social Login
  • React Router for Navigation
  • Build a Real Time app
  • Authorization/Protected Routes
  • Deploy to Firebase


  • Basic knowledge of JavaScript or any other Programming Language


Have you been looking for a FULLY EXPLAINED React with Redux course that goes beyond basics and shows you how to build a Real World Web App? Well, you have arrived to the right place!

Lets get straight to the point. You spend weeks, months learning React ES6 etc right?

In this course you will learn to build User Interface using Reactmanage state using Redux and make CRUD (create, read, update, delete) operations with Firebase, which is a Realtime Database in the cloud by Google.

Noting beats the hands on practical experience.

Please watch the promo video and go through the Curriculum to get a bigger picture of this course! Thank you.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone want to learn React JS to build Lightning Fast Web Apps with Firebase Realtime Database
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React and Flux Web Development for Beginners Course

The comprehensive guide to building professional web apps with Facebook’s React & Flux

What you’ll learn

React and Flux Web Development for Beginners Course

  • Build reusable web components with React & flux
  • Build simple Node & Express servers to work with React
  • Use Flux & Reflux to manage your data in React
  • Make HTTP requests in React & Flux
  • Build React websites that can work with data (ie for startups or products)


  • This React course can be taken on Windows, Linux, or OSX (Mac)


React & Flux Course Description

Welcome to React and Flux Web Development for Beginners.

This course is designed for developers who know basic HTML and CSS but who want to take their skills to the next level by building data-driven web apps – the kind of apps that can be used for products or startups and the type of apps that can interact with servers.

The course is also for developers of any level who want to know and master React and Flux.

Why React?

Why should you learn React js instead of Angular or Backbone or Ember or Meteor? One reason is because React is incredibly minimalistic. It focuses on reusable view components. Never have to copy and paste code again with React. Then take the Reflux design architecture and mix it with React js and you have a full-stack front-end solution that is very lightweight. Frameworks like Angular do a LOT of things, are very heavyweight, and have steep learning curves. Why use a framework that gives you stuff you don’t need in every project?

React was created by Facebook, designed incredibly well, and makes fantastic data-driven websites. The React Flux is a powerful combination.

React & Flux Course Content

You are going to learn a lot in this course. Here are some of the topics we cover:

  • React Components and component nesting
  • The React Component user interaction with states
  • React Component data management with props
  • Robust architectures with Flux and Reflux
  • Building simple Node & Express servers
  • Making HTTP requests and managing data in React
  • In-line React styling with Javascript
  • Parsing and managing JSON in React
  • Single page applications with React Router
  • Javascript overview
  • Professional development practices and tips

Who this course is for:

  • If you know basic HTML, CSS, and Javascript then this React course is for you
  • You are an advanced developer but don’t know Javascript you will get by just fine in this React course
  • If you have no HTML or CSS experience you should learn those first before taking this React course
  • If you want to move away from jQuery then take this React course
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React Native – The Practical Guide 2020

Use React Native and your React knowledge and take your web development skills to build native iOS and Android Apps

What Will I Learn?

  • Build native mobile apps with JavaScript and React
  • Dive deeper into React Native
  • Develop cross-platform (iOS and Android) mobile apps without knowing Swift, ObjectiveC or Java/ Android


  • React knowledge is a must (but you absolutely DON’T have to be an expert)
  • JavaScript knowledge is a must, next-gen JavaScript knowledge (i.e. ES6+) is recommended
  • NO Android/ Java or iOS (Swift, ObjectiveC) development experience is required


This course was completely updated! 

Old course lectures are temporarily kept around (the modules marked as [LEGACY]). The updated course has around 27 hours of content – way more than the old course had. Now’s the time to join! 🙂

Mobile apps are one of the best ways to engage with users – no wonder everyone wants to build one!

Wouldn’t it be great if you could use your web development knowledge, combined with your React knowledge, to build mobile apps with that?

That’s exactly what React Native allows you to do!

No need to learn Java, Android, Swift, ObjectiveC or anything of that – React and JavaScript is all you need to create awesome native mobile apps that work on both Android and iOS. That’s probably the reason why Instagram, AirBnB, Skype and many other global companies are using it to build their mobile apps!

With this course,

you can join this league. I’ll teach you all you need to create your own React Native apps, publish them to the Google Play Store and Apple App Store and dive really deep into the React Native ecosystem.

You’ll learn all about the theory behind React Native, its core concepts, how to build responsive designs that work on different device sizes, how to animate React Native apps, how to navigate around, use maps and the camera and so much more!

And which better way to learn than by building a real app? We’ll build the “Awesome Places” app in this course, an app where users can share amazing pictures and the location where they took them. This app will allow you to see things like using maps, the camera, user authentication, connecting to a server and much more in action.

By the end of the course, we’ll of course also go through all steps required to get it into an app store.

Here’s a detailed look at what you’ll get:

  • The core concepts and theory
  • How to use React, JavaScript and native components
  • Understand how to navigate in React Native apps
  • A closer look at styling and animating React Native apps
  • Instructions on how to use third-party libraries in your React Native app
  • Detailed examples on how to use maps or an image picker
  • A full user authentication flow
  • How to connect to a backend server from your app
  • Debugging instructions
  • And so much more!

What will you need to succeed in this course?

  • NO Android, Java, Swift or ObjectiveC knowledge is required!
  • JavaScript and React (for the web) knowledge is required though – you don’t need to be an expert but the basics need to be set

I’d be very happy to welcome you in the course!

Who is the target audience?

  • Anyone who wants to use React to build native mobile apps
  • Every mobile developer who wishes to learn only one language to write cross-platform mobile apps
  • Every mobile or web developer who’s interested in writing high-performance native apps with JavaScript

Size: 18.45 GB

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Master Full-Stack Web Development | Node, SQL, React, & More

Build a fullstack project with Node.js, PostgreSQL, SQL, React, Redux and more! Covers APIs, authentication, and beyond!

What you’ll learn

  • Build a backend server and application with Node.
  • Build a web API with Node and Express.
  • Build a web application with React and Redux.
  • Build a secure authentication system from scratch.
  • Understand NodeJS under the hood, including the V8 engine and the famous event loop.
  • Understand relational database design and its advantages.
  • Understand essential web development concepts like web requests, client-server relationships, and the core web protocols.
  • Know the tradeoffs between certain software naming practices for functions and table names in the database.


  • Some coding experience is required for this course. This course is not an intro to programming. It’s best taken after one or two intro to programming courses have already been completed.
  • Node, PostgreSQL, React, and Redux experience is NOT required. All of these concepts will be explained from the beginning.
  • JavaScript experience is recommended. This course will introduce JavaScript and explain every line. However, once a keyword has been introduced, the course assumes that you are familiar with the concept. The focus is on full-stack concepts, and not learning JavaScript for the first time. If this is your first time learning JavaScript, view the pace of the course as a great way to see all the different aspects of the language.
  • Some experience on the command line is recommended, but not absolutely required. This course does have a short refresher on command line principles, and we’ll only use the basics. But the more comfortable you are on the command line, the better.


Why should you take this course?

With five minutes, allow me to explain why

This is the course that I needed before becoming a software engineer

This is the course that I needed before becoming a full-time software engineer, working downtown in San Francisco. It teaches the concepts that I put into practice every day. It’s crucial to understand the entire full-stack.

But while I was self-learning, covering every layer full-stack was like searching for distant fragments of a huge puzzle. All the resources were spread out. They were all in different locations.

I needed it all in one place. I needed it to be all in one project. That is the purpose of this course.

This course is the selected highlights of months (years actually) of research. Of reading hundreds of coding articles. Of listening to tech talks. Of building projects at hackathons. Of studying computer science in college. Of working on projects as a software engineer.

All in one place. In one all-encompassing project.

Feature-focused, like the Industry

The project in this course mirrors projects that you would work on in the industry.

I also structured the project development to mirror how apps are built in the industry. You will evolve your full-stack project, just like how projects in the real world grow. You will be feature-focused.

You’ll build the project one feature at a time – continually improving the software and shipping to the users.  This is distinct from other courses that are architecture-focused. Meaning, you won’t build the entire backend, and then move on to the entire frontend. Instead, each new feature will involve every aspect of the full-stack architecture.

The DragonStack Project

What is the DragonStack Project?

The Dragonstack Project is a multi-account collector’s application for gathering dragons. You can trade, purchase, and breed your dragons! By selling dragons, you earn currency. Or if another account uses your dragon for its mating services, you also get currency. Each dragon has unique traits, and belongs to a specific generation.

This app is different. It’s not a Facebook, nor Twitter clone. Now, the core of the architecture is the same. Behind those larger apps like Facebook and Twitter, are the concepts you’ll learn in this course. But you’ll use those concepts to create something unique. If you’re already investing the time to learn the full stack, I want you to make something no else has made before. That way, you’ll learn how to apply these concepts to innovate.

From Scratch

In this course, you will build everything from scratch. You will take over every layer of the full-stack. You won’t use any separate APIs for the features.

1. You’ll build the API. Sure, you can learn about web requests by consuming a public API. But in order to fully learn how these web requests APIs work, you need to build one yourself.

2. You’ll be in full control over the database. You won’t rely on a library to do manage the database for you. You won’t treat the database like magic. No, you’ll have full control, and generate the SQL yourself.

3. You’ll build the authentication system. Authentication is an easy step to skip while learning. Don’t. It’s a critical concept to understand. 99% of the applications you make, or work on, will have an account base.

This from scratch is the core philosophy of the course. In addition to building the APIs from scratch, you’ll create the full backend. This will include the server, and core database files. Plus, you’ll build the full frontend, with the modern and very widely used React library.

The Full Picture Grounded with a Conceptual Understanding

As you work with new technologies, it is essential that you see the full picture. Therefore, in this course, you will learn more than just how to code in Node.js, PostgreSQL, React, and Redux. On top of that, you will gain an understanding of the design, models, and ideas behind these technologies. You’ll learn exactly how companies apply these technologies to their problems. With a foundational understanding of the concepts, you will be able to see how each layer fits together in the full-stack

Practical Experience

Just because this course places a large emphasis on concepts, does not mean you won’t dive into the code as soon as possible. This course also focuses on practical experience. After all, the concepts are only reinforced when you actually apply them and build the software

By the end of the course, you’ll have so much experience working with the technologies. I have no doubt that you’ll be able to confidently add Node.js, PostgreSQL, React, and Redux to your resume. Plus, you’ll have an impressive full-stack project in your portfolio to prove it.

Not to mention, you can do many of the final course challenges to make your course project the most unique and advanced one around.

Course Challenges

Littered throughout the course are challenges. This is not the kind of course where you’ll be blindly following along the entire time. These challenges will give you the chance to implement the next feature yourself – reinforcing your knowledge, guided by your own experience.

As mentioned, there is also a list of final course challenges. These go beyond the scope of the course. But these are the ones that will make your project truly stand out.


On top of teaching full-stack web development and its core technologies, the overarching emphasis of this course is building code with simplicity. No matter what technology we code in, we will ensure to design our classes and build our functions in a simple way.

Now simple does not mean easy. Easy means to lie near. Just because something is easy and immediate does not mean it’s right. Sometimes, the easy solution is actually a shortcut that will require even more work to fix later.

Our definition of simplicity is singularity. Simplicity in this course means to be one-fold. As much as possible, we will make our functions simple, one-fold, and singular in purpose. We don’t want our functions to have an overwhelming number of side effects that introduce unneeded complexity into our application.


Simplicity is the prerequisite to scalability. Because you’ll code the functions in a simple  way, you will find that you’ll be able to quickly add new features to the application. The upfront cost of carving out the most simple design pays huge dividends for scalability.

Progress in Dragonstack

Your progress with the dragonstack project will follow an exponential curve. Throughout the course, graphs will show your progress on this course. There will be an initial ramp-up period. However, once you make it past the hump, your pace will skyrocket. Stay determined to get that momentum going. It’s one of the best feelings when you’re riding that freeway of productivity.

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Promo Music Credits

“Slow Motion” by Ben Sound.

Redux Broken Down

Redux can be a very complex concept to handle with frontend development and React. This course boils down Redux, and explains it alow level. We won’t look at Redux as some magic library that just solves all of our state problems. No, this course is going to fully dive into Redux. We’ll experiment with its functions, examine its parameters, and even consider the overall design decisions of the library.


JavaScript Promises that is! Promises will play a huge role in the backend of this course. So if you were looking for a good excuse to learn how JavaScript promises work, then this is the perfect project for you! I promise…


This course might spend more time than others discussing names. Some may say variable naming is arbitrary: “just give something a short and clear name and be done with it…” To that, I wholeheartedly disagree! Naming is one of the most important parts of software. Getting the name right can be the soledifference between smoothly flowing through understanding a codebase, and spending minutes or even hours trying to understand how functions work together.

Timely Delivery

Since Udemy allows students to speed up lectures, I’ll talk through the lectures in a timely manner that will be understandable at all speeds. Change the speed as you wish.Who this course is for:

  • Anyone with some programming experience, that wants to learn what it takes to make a full-stack application.
  • Students who have learned React, but have yet to build a full-stack project.
  • Those who have backend experience, but also want frontend experience. Same for frontend engineers, who want backend experience.
  • Students who know a little bit of Node, PostgreSQL, React, and/or Redux, but still haven’t put all of these concepts together.

Size: 8.45 GB

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The Simplest Way to Learn React for Beginners – Line by Line with No Steps Skipped

What you’ll learn

  • Know the fundamentals of ReactJS
  • Unidirectional Dataflow in React
  • JSX
  • ES6 Classes
  • Functional Components
  • State
  • Props
  • Map
  • Filter
  • JavaScript
  • Ajax Requests
  • Lifecycle Methods


  • Atom text editor or another of your choice
  • At least six months using HTML/CSS/JavaScript


Welcome to Hello React. This is aimed towards those who are new to JavaScript development and while you may not have mastered JavaScript you want to learn more about using the React library. React has a steep learning curve for new developers. If you have found yourself quickly overwhelmed by the React Docs or other React tutorials then this is the course for you. This isn’t the only React course you should take but it should be your first.

If you are an experienced developer. This course is too easy for you. Please don’t take it. This course is for people who are new to programming. This isn’t for experienced coders changing from one coding language to another or for experienced JavaScript developers looking to pick up a new framework.

Here is what I will provide for you:

  • A React course you can actually finish. A React course you can actually understand. React course that moves step by step with no steps skipped.
  • Reviews. Lot’s of reviews.
  • Challenges. Lot’s of challenges.
  • Mini-projects. Lot’s of mini-projects.
  • This course assumes a light knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. However, if you have been using any of those technologies for at least a couple months you will be in good shape for this course.

To steal the words from Zoolander. This is a React course for “those who don’t code good.”

Here is why this course stands out:

  • This will be the slowest moving React course you will find.
  • This will focus on the basic fundamentals that could be of great help in future React courses you might take or understanding the React Docs.
  • This is not a “zero to hero” course. Those don’t really work. This is a “zero to 20mph” kind of course.
  • I will take for granted as little as possible in teaching sections and reinforcing what we have learned.
  • This isn’t a code along course alone. Through lots of challenges and repetition you will be able to take everything we learn and build with it. You won’t wide up with an elaborate project for your portfolio that you don’t understand.
  • I will filter through and synthesize large and complex React concepts and break them down to a practical beginner level.
  • We will build slow, but you will understand what we are doing.
  • We aren’t going to build one big app but many smaller applications where you learn key concepts.
  • Repetition, Repetition, Repetition. We will repeat things a lot.

My first attempt to learn React was when I had been coding for just about six months. I bought several books and paid for several online subscriptions but those resources quickly reached a level that I found myself just typing in the code I was seeing without any comprehension in regards to what was going on or how I could replicate this myself.

That’s why I created this course for you!

It’s time to say “Hello World” in React!

Who this course is for:

  • New developers
  • Those who are newer to development trying to overcome the steep learning curve of React

Size: 987.95 MB

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