APAC React Bootcamp
About this course
React is one of the top skills used in the software engineering industry, and so the React ecosystem is constantly evolving. There are always newer ways to create an application, handle errors, control views, and render the right screen at the right time.
To keep up with the ever-changing industry, new skills have been added to the vast range of behaviors and knowledge needed to excel. This training will let you evolve and upskill as a world-class React engineer by the hand of our subject matter experts, who will be sharing their knowledge and best practices.
NOTE: this program is only available for the Asia Pacific region.
About the Training Model:
This is a seven-week training where you will learn to design a React application from scratch. You will achieve one main goal through a learning journey, a set of challenges, mentoring sessions, and hands-on collaborative spaces. You will be able to decide the best libraries and patterns to use depending on the requirements and develop them using Wizeline’s best practices.
Throughout the course, you will be able to access 1:1 meetings with your mentor, gain hands-on experience with real scenario challenges, and attend active workshop sessions led by Wizeliners. In the end, if you meet all the requisites, you will get a Wizeline Academy diploma.
What Does the Bootcamp Involve?
- Complete the learning journey
- Attend the following live sessions:
- 1 Kickoff (1 hour)
- 1 Demo session (1.5 hours)
- 5 Workshops (1.5 hours each)
- 1 Study group (optional)
- 1:1 Mentoring sessions
- Deliver 7 mini-challenges
- Core Concepts
- Intro to Testing
- State Management
- Basic Patterns & Pro Tips
- Advanced Patterns
After registration, you have three days to deliver a challenge interacting with data from the Pokemon API. You will receive the instructions through a confirmation email.
Who should take this course?
- VSCode (or other IDE)
- Google Chrome (or other modern browsers)
- Node.js v12.19.0
- Having two monitors or displays is recommended (to follow instructions on one screen and do the exercises on the other).