Is it okay to post coupons on here?
FYI, when I applied the coupon and it registered the reduction to $49 (Masters Package) in the field, but was charged $59 at checkout.
I've been posting a lot of learn react articles lately as I have been ramping up on this stuff so the timing is absolutely awesome!
Also I don't think a begginer course will make everybody a master on the topic.
Thanks for the additional discount!
I have some experience with building a small React app but I can't determine from your site whether or not this course will refine my skills at all.
"Together, we will build “Catch of the Day” — a real-time app for a trendy seafood market where price and quantity available are variable and can change at a moments notice. We will build a menu, an order form, and an inventory management area where authorized users can immediately update product details."
Did you even read it?
Here's the quote from the site:
Does this video series cover Flux? Redux? Fluxible? Reflux? Alt? Flummox? Marty.js? McFly? Lux? Material Flux? Nuclear.js? Fluxette? Flipity Flop? Fluppity Floop?
React is amazing in that there are many libraries that work really well with it. While those libraries are fantastic, they may add unnecessary abstractions when learning.
So, this course is focused on you absolutely nailing React and walking away feeling confident in your understanding, hungry to learn and build more.
EDIT: Can't buy when using Safari so I used FF
The backend for this course is Firebase. It's all done client side and Firebase handles the authentication and data handling!
EDIT: Doesn't work in Safari on Mac