Frontend Bootcamp / Days in the Web
🚨 🚨This project is a work in progress! Issues and pull requests are encouraged. 🚨 🚨
In this two-day workshop you'll learn the basics of frontend development while building a working web app.
Getting set up
Before starting, make sure your computer has the following installed:
Installing and running the project
1. find a good terminal program, we're going to use it a LOT!
On a PC, you can do this with
cmd.exe(or some terminal programs such as cmder)
On a Mac, bring up a Terminal (inside Applications folder).
For those who really want something fancy looking: hyper
2. Type the following
git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/frontend-bootcamp.git cd frontend-bootcamp npm install
3. Run the "inner loop" build
For steps 1-3 on Day 1:
npm run static
For everything else:
- Writing a Todo App: HTML and CSS
- React Introduction
- Building a Static Page
- State Driven UI
- Types & UI Driven State
The demos and exercises for today are combined.
- Introduction to TypeScript
- UI Fabric Component Library
- Theming and Styling
- Testing with Jest
- Redux: Reducers
- Redux: Dispatching Actions and Examining State
- Redux: Stores and Dispatch
- Redux: Combining Reducers
- Redux: Thunk Middleware
Follow the authors!
Other projects from the UI Fabric team at Microsoft
- UI Fabric - github repo
- Just: The task library that just works - github repo
- Rush: A scalable monorepo manager for the web - github repo
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