React JS learning Guide for 2021 | Perfect Guide For Begineers

React JS learning Guide for 2021 | Perfect Guide For Begineers

Hello guys, in this post we are going to discuss a very useful topic what is the perfect React js learning path in 2021. If you are a beginner are just going to start the journey with a trending JavaScript Library called React js, then it is the right place.

What is React js

React js is a JavaScript library introduced by Facebook. ReactJS is an open-source JavaScript library used to develop User Interfaces. React JS is concerned with the component that utilizes JavaScript with an HTML-like syntax called JSX. It is a component-based JavaScript library.

React js learning path

We have divided the roadmap or learning path into three sub-path. In the first part, we discuss the topics from where we will start our journey with React.js. Then we will see the Advance topics and last, we will discuss some ecosystems of React js.


To master the fundamentals, we should learn the following topics –

  • How to create a React app or How to initialize a React Project.
  • What is a Component?
  • Types of components such as – Functional Component and Class-based component.
  • JSX
  • Props and State
  • Conditional rendering
  • List and key
  • Lifecycle Methods
  • Building some simple Forms


After complete the above fundamentals topics, we should start learning these topics-

  • Context API
  • Higher Ordered Component
  • Rendering Props
  • Refs
  • Error boundaries
  • Making HTTP Request
  • Some Hooks such as – useEffect, UseState, useRef, useMemo,
  • Custom Hooks


After complete the above Advance topics, we should start learning these topics-

  • State management – Redux or Mobx
  • Styling – Styled component / Material UI /Tailwind CSS or Reactstrap
  • Routing – React Router
  • Form – Form
  • Testing – JEST or React testing Library

Next Step

After completing the above topics properly you can start learning these technologies-

  • Gatsby
  • Next.js
  • React Native


Thank you.

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