Learn Practical Web Components Quickly [Video]

Learn Practical Web Components Quickly

Learn Practical Web Components Quickly [Video]

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Learn Practical Web Components Quickly [Video]: Build reusable web components for use in any project

As a developer, haven’t you often suffered from writing too much code? More often than not, you rewrite the same piece of code for different pages and end up wasting precious time you could have used more productively.

In this course, we introduce you to the world of web components, a fairly new concept that has simplified coding for web developers. Web components allow you to create custom and reusable HTML tags that will work across modern web browsers and can be used with any JavaScript library or web framework that works with HTML.

After working through this course, you will be ready to develop production-ready web component applications! You will be able to build your own custom components that can be reused again and again. Moreover, you will also be able to share your custom components with other developers.

  • Develop reusable and lightweight custom HTML elements that you can use in all your future projects
  • Build simple web components such as tooltips to create complex components such as modals and backdrops
  • Create dynamic web components that can receive data and use it to showcase UI element.
  • Make your web-components stand-alone entities by coding custom events
  • Explore the Shadow DOM and isolate CSS and JavaScript for your web components
  • Master the numerous benefits of user-defined templates when creating web components
  • Glimpse the React.js world and how it simplifies the complex process of coding web applications
  • Learn to integrate your custom web-components with React.js and Angular

To benefit fully from this course, you need to have at least a basic idea of ES6 concepts such as const, let, classes, map, filters, and so on. A basic understanding of JavaScript frameworks such as Angular, React, and Vue would be beneficial in order to gain a full understanding of web component integration aspects.


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