For our first bit of real-world React, we take a look at how we can interact with it to create shadow DOM elements and render them to the physical DOM.
Now we’re going to see how JSX can be used to create our shadow DOM, instead of having to rely in createElement.
This video goes over what component state is and how we can properly handle events in our React applications.
We finish our counter application example by talking about how we can modify a component’s state.
We start our todo example by putting together a basic form that allows us to toggle a checkbox.
Next up we take a look at how we can create stateless components.
One of the most important things to be able to do in React is to render lists of elements. In this video we go over how to do that.
Now we take a look at how we can handle events in React.
We wrap up our todo application with a discussion of how to deal with forms and component lifecycle events.