Build a Portfolio Website using React and Semantic UI

In this course, you will learn how to build a portfolio website using React and React Hooks

Hey, I am Nishant and I am an enthusiastic developer with a knack for building products with good UI and UX. I teach Front-end Development to beginners, and some other things too.

What you’ll learn

  • React.
  • Semantic UI.
  • Local Storage.
  • Changing themes in React application.
  • Passing Data between components using Props.

Course Content

  • Creating the Portfolio Application Part I –> 18 lectures • 34min.
  • Creating the Portfolio Application Part II –> 36 lectures • 1hr 24min.

Build a Portfolio Website using React and Semantic UI

Requirements

  • Should be able to read, write, and understand JavaScript/HTML/CSS.

Hey, I am Nishant and I am an enthusiastic developer with a knack for building products with good UI and UX. I teach Front-end Development to beginners, and some other things too.

I build projects to learn how code works.

And while I am not coding, I enjoy writing poetry and stories and cooking delicious meals.

In this course, we cover all the steps from creating an app in React all the way through to build a Portfolio Application in React

  • We will start by initializing the React App.
  • We will learn how to create React Components.
  • How to implement theme function in React.
  • How to pass props from Child Component to the Parent Component.
  • And last but not the least, how to use Semantic UI and Local Storage.

Enroll now and get started on your journey to build React applications.

What you’ll learn

  • React and React Hooks
  • How to Create Components in React
  • How to pass props from Child Component to the Parent Component
  • How to implement theme function in React
  • How to handle Local Storage
  • How to create mock APIs.
  • Semantic UI.

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  • Knowledge of Javascript/HTML/CSS.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone interested in learning React.
  • Anyone interested in learning API handling.
  • Beginner React developers.
  • Beginner Front-end developers.
  • Beginner Full Stack Developers.