Introduction to React Workshop

August 4 and August 11

At Grand Circus Detroit

React is an extremely popular JavaScript framework developed by Facebook and used by many leading companies. In this class you’ll learn how to use React to build interactive user interfaces for the web.

Class Schedule:
August 4 9:00am - 5:00pm
August 11 9:00am - 5:00pm

Tuition: $225

What will I learn?

Getting started with React can be a steep learning curve. This course is centered around real-world examples and coding exercises to get you over the hump. We start with the basic elements of React then see how they fit together to make fully functional applications.

  • How to use modern JavaScript tools like Node, WebPack, and Babel
  • How to build web apps with React
  • How React fits into the web app development landscape

Who should take this workshop?

Do you want to up your JavaScript skills? Do you want to learn the latest trending tools in world of Front-End? Do you want to dive into new concepts that are the foundation of many modern JavaScript frameworks? This class is for you!

Featured Instructor: David Wolverton

David is a seasoned Java and JavaScript developer with over 8 years of industry experience. After years of rocking it in the software industry in Chicago, he joined the Grand Circus team in order to share his passion with a new generation of developers. In a recent project, David and his team built an API-driven content management system utilizing MongoDB.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dates & Time: Saturday August 4 and August 11 9:00am – 5:00pm

Prerequisites: Basic JavaScript programming experience. For example, this course is perfect for any Front-End Grand Circus graduate or Back-End grads who have done some extra JavaScript on their own.

Materials: Just your laptop! 

Refund for Cancellation: An applicant requesting cancellation within three (3) business days after making an initial payment, but prior to seminar or workshop start date, is entitled to a refund of all tuition and fees paid with the exception of the non-refundable deposit (if applicable).

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