2020-12-20T17:52:00Z

Learn React in 90 Minutes!

Below you can watch my complete "Quick React Tutorial" video series. The entire seven-part series runs for about 93 minutes and will give you a fairly complete overview of the core features of the React framework.

Below you can see the list of parts in the series, each with a link to the code for that part of the tutorial:

6 comments

  • #1 drs said 2020-12-25T23:42:02Z

    Hello Miguel,

    Nicely done, I learned a lot from these React videos.

    Do you plan to make a paid guide/tutorial on this topic? If not, do you have any resources that you'd recommend for a beginner, besides your videos?

    Thanks very much, drs

  • #2 Miguel Grinberg said 2020-12-27T00:15:31Z

    @drs: Yes. I don't have a release date yet, but I'm working on a longer React tutorial.

  • #3 charlie said 2021-01-04T13:53:19Z

    I am developing a web application since 2009 with monolith architecture. Now I need to change my arctitecture to microservices. I want to that with Python. But microservices, flask... these are all new for me and I dont know where to start. Can you please suggest a learning path (tutorials,books,...)?

  • #4 Miguel Grinberg said 2021-01-04T23:22:26Z

    @charlie: I gave a class on Flask microservices at PyCon a few years ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrzLdMWTRMM

  • #5 Amos Burton said 2021-02-07T04:43:55Z

    Please write a book on Flask + React apps. Single page apps, testing and making them production ready. I'm sure there are others curious to read something like the Flask mega-tutorial again.

    Thank you.

    P/S: I would pay out of my ass for this book.

  • #6 J said 2021-02-17T00:57:37Z

    Agree with Amos. Was looking for something akin to the ‘railstutorial’ guide but for Python/flask/react. Multiple people say yours is the closest thing. Adding react and stateless behaviors for K8S deployment would be amazing.

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