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Build Sports News Website Using React JS

Build Sports News Website Using React JS

Learn React By Creating a Sports News Web App

What you’ll learn

Build Sports News Website Using React JS

  • Create a React JS web app
  • The structure of a React JS app
  • How to create a component
  • How to navigate to different pages
  • Learn how components interact
  • How to incorporate API into your app
  • How to use an API in your React web app
  • Learn how to make HTTP requests in a React JS


  • Internet Connection
  • PC or MAC
  • Basic understanding of HTML & CSS
  • Good knowledge in Javascript (How to create & call functions, class, objects, variables)


React is one of the best Javascript libraries. It can be used to create small, medium, and large web app projects. A lot of startups and companies have started using it to create different types of web apps. Thus, The demand for React developers is increasing every day, and adding React to your portfolio will get you jobs much easier.

In this course, you will learn how to build Sports News Web App using React JS. This course is oriented towards beginners and intermediate web developers. It will take you step-by-step from the beginning by creating a React app and then adding each block in order to build a complete awesome project.

Note: This course assumes that you have the basics of Javascript (How to create functions and call them. How to create objects, variables, classes, if statements, etc).

What you’ll learn in this course will make you able to start creating your own React projects and improve your abilities as a web developer and will put you on the right path to specialize in one of the most popular React libraries. Finally, after the end of this course, you can start applying for React jobs confidently.

Some of the topics covered in this course:

  • How to create a React JS project
  • The structure of React JS web app
  • How to run your project
  • Creating components
  • Navigating to different pages
  • Making HTTP requests
  • Using APIs in React web app
  • Installing Bootstrap
  • And much more

Note: In this course, you’ll also get downloadable source code. You will also be provided with an exercise or quiz at the end of each lecture to test your understanding.

Who this course is for:

  • Front-end web developers.
  • Back-end web developers who want to become Full-Stack Developers.
  • Web developers who want to learn React
  • Last updated 7/2021

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