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Tutorials




 


In this tutorial, you will learn the following: How to use properties and states in a React component; How to use the getInitialState method to initialize the states of the component; How to use Lifecycle Component methods such as componentDidMount.

 


In this tutorial, you will learn how to build your first React Component.

 


In this tutorial, you will learn the following: Download the React JavaScript library and copy it to your project; Download and install the jQuery JavaScript library into your project; Download and install the Bootstrap UI framework into your project; Complement the Bootstrap UI library with a Bootswatch theme;

 


In this tutorial, you will learn how to create the initial files and setup IIS to host your first React application.

 


In this tutorial, you will learn the steps that you need to execute in order to submit an IT support ticket.

 


In this tutorial, you will learn the steps that you need to execute in order to search for employee information.

 


In this tutorial, you will learn the steps that you need to execute in order to export your reports to either PDF, Word, HTML or all of them.

 


This is the last tutorial from the meteor.js course. This tutorial will teach you how to deploy and host your meteor.js application to the Heroku website. You will also learn how to use git to create a local and a remote repository.

 


This is the fourth tutorial from the meteor.js course. This tutorial will teach you how to integrate a meteor.js application with the Facebook log in mechanism.

 


This is the third tutorial from the meteor.js course. This is the main tutorial from the meteor.js course. It is the main tutorial because it is the longest and the one that teaches you how to develop a meteor.js application from scratch.