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Epic React

The most comprehensive guide for pros.

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Testing JavaScript

Learn smart, efficient testing methods.

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Advanced Remix

Remix is a terrific tool for building simple websites and even better for building complex web applications. Remix solves many problems in modern web development. You don't even think about server cache management or global CSS namespace clashes. It's not that Remix has APIs to avoid these problems; they simply don't exist when you're using Remix!

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Remix Fundamentals

Remix is a fullstack web framework that enables you to deliver a fast, slick, and resilient user experience. With Remix, you can build both static websites and dynamic web apps (requiring user data) while embracing the web platform's standard APIs along the way! Ready to build web apps faster?

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Up and Running with Remix

Jump in feet first and learn the most productive way to build a web application with the web framework that offers the best UX and DX the web has to offer.

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The Beginner's Guide to React

This course is for React newbies and anyone looking to build a solid foundation. It's designed to teach you everything you need to start building web applications in React right away.

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Use Suspense to Simplify Your Async UI

In this course, I teach how Suspense works under the hood, preparing you for the future of asynchronous state management in React.

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Simplify React Apps with React Hooks

In this course, I will take a modern React codebase that uses classes and refactor the entire thing to use function components as much as possible. We'll look at state, side effects, async code, caching, and more!

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Advanced React Component Patterns

Once you've nailed the fundamentals of React, that's when things get really fun. This course teaches you advanced patterns in React that you can use to make components that are simple, flexible, and enjoyable to work with.

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JavaScript Testing Practices and Principles

Learn the principles and best practices for writing maintainable test applications to catch errors before your product reaches the end user!

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Testing React Applications

Fix errors before your app reaches the end user by writing maintainable unit test & integration tests for your React applications!

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Code Transformation & Linting with ASTs

Learn to use Abstract Syntax Trees (ASTs) to make stylistic code changes, reveal logical problems, and prevent bugs from entering your codebase.

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How to Write an Open Source JavaScript Library

From Github and npm, to releasing beta versions, semantic versioning, code coverage, continuous integration, and providing your library with a solid set of unit tests, there are a ton of things to learn. This series will guide you through a set of steps to publish a JavaScript open source library.

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How to Contribute to an Open Source Project on GitHub

“Feel free to submit a PR!” - words often found in GitHub issues, but met with confusion and fear by many. Getting started with contributing open source is not always straightforward and can be tricky. With this series, you'll be equipped with the the tools, knowledge, and understanding you need to be productive and contribute to the wonderful world of open source projects.

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What participants have to say.

I am learning epicreact.dev. It's good!

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zhu baohua

Leqee

Most of my knowledge of React came from hands on experience at work, but there was so much to learn in Kent’s epicreact.dev! It was extremely impactful in my career. I find myself coming back to the materials many times to review and tune up my skills. We were able to implement multiple of the patterns and concepts from the workshop, increasing test coverage, code quality, and overall user experience in multiple products.

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Ricardo Busquet

Software Enginner @ Carta

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