Speaking of Kent C. Dodds in the previous post: he has updated his The Beginner’s Guide to React on Egghead to include Hooks and the whole lot.
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.
Each lesson in this 28-part course is a single index.html file. This keeps your focus on learning React, no distractions. We’ll start with a blank file and add more complexity as we go along, wrapping the course with a lesson on how to move into a more production-ready development environment—and even deploy your app to a great service like Netlify.
Great new video series by Wes Bos, this time on learning CSS Grid.
CSS Grid may seem a bit daunting with new syntax and layout ideas, but it’s fairly simple and can be broken down into a handful of powerful concepts that when used together will blow your mind and change the way you create layouts for the web forever.
Ready?! Let’s Learn CSS Grid Together!
Thanks to a sponsorship by Mozilla Firefox the series – all 25 videos – is entirely free.
Course two touches Advanced React Component Patterns:
The goal of this course is to give you the knowledge of advanced patterns you can use to make React components that are more flexible, simpler, and more fun to build, use, and maintain. We’ll start with a simple <Toggle /> component which we’ll progressively refactor to each of the patterns so you can see the relative trade-offs of the patterns and how they can be used together to increase the usefulness of your component while at the same time simplifying things for everyone.
They’re free (for now), so be sure to check them out any time soon 🙂
Alexandra Etienne has published a 7-part video series on working with A-Frame on YouTube:
Covered subjects, to name a few, are: variables, strings, functions, hoisting, comparators, arrays, loops, objects, … — yes, the whole lot.
And there’s even more: