CSS Animated Components with ReactJS

CSS Animated Components with ReactJS

In this 1-hour long project-based course, you will learn how to – Identify the basic ReactJS project structure, including TypeScript, Webpack, Storybook, and SASS configuration, – Render a Hello World component, as well as identify the basic structure of a ReactJS component, including how to render the component in Storybook. – Create an animated sprite, by creating a logical folder structure, and writing the HTML, TypeScript, and animated CSS to render a sprite component to Storybook. – Pass in a ReactJS prop to the component to track the facing direction of the animated Sprite and identify the difference between ReactJS discuss state vs props. – Use ReactJS state to track user input, and update the component state in ReactJS lifecycle events to flip the character’s sprite sheet renderings. – Finalize your component by tracking position using props and state and using ReactJS lifecycle methods to position the sprite around the page based on user keyboard input, allowing the component to “walk” around the website. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions.

In this 1-hour long project-based course, you will learn how to – Identify the basic ReactJS project structure, including TypeScript, Webpack, Storybook, and SASS configuration, – Render a Hello World component, as well as identify the basic structure of a ReactJS component, including how to render the component in Storybook. – Create an animated sprite, by creating a logical folder structure, and writing the HTML, TypeScript, and animated CSS to render a sprite component to Storybook. – Pass in a ReactJS prop to the component to track the facing direction of the animated Sprite and identify the difference between ReactJS discuss state vs props. – Use ReactJS state to track user input, and update the component state in ReactJS lifecycle events to flip the character’s sprite sheet renderings. – Finalize your component by tracking position using props and state and using ReactJS lifecycle methods to position the sprite around the page based on user keyboard input, allowing the component to “walk” around the website. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions.

SKILLS YOU WILL DEVELOP

WebpackReact (Javascript Library)Software As A Service (SAAS)Typescript

Learn step-by-step

In a video that plays in a split-screen with your work area, your instructor will walk you through these steps:

  1. Identify the structure of a ReactJS Component project

  2. Render a HelloWorld Component using ReactJS

  3. Create an animated CSS sprite using ReactJS

  4. Pass a “prop” to control direction of the animated CSS sprite

  5. Use ReactJS state to track user input, and update the component state in ReactJS lifecycle events to flip the characters spritesheet renderings.

  6. Finalize your component by using ReactJS lifecycle methods to position the sprite around the page based on user keyboard input, allowing the component to “walk” around the website.

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