3 Reasons Why Developers Should Complete a React.js Training Course

Jessica mitsch By Jessica Mitsch ● April 02, 2021
3 Reasons Why Developers Should Complete a React js Training Course

As a devel­op­er, it can be over­whelm­ing to con­sid­er the many oppor­tu­ni­ties avail­able to help you take your skills to the next lev­el, but com­plet­ing a React.js train­ing course can be a great place to start.

Espe­cial­ly as React.js gains more recog­ni­tion, there are mul­ti­ple rea­sons to con­sid­er advanc­ing your under­stand­ing of this web frame­work through a train­ing course.

Rea­son 1: React.js is rapid­ly grow­ing in popularity.

React.js start­ed to gain pop­u­lar­i­ty over the past few years, and today, thou­sands of busi­ness­es from social media plat­forms to eCom­merce sites uti­lize the web frame­work. React.js has become one of the most in-demand skills that com­pa­nies seek out in soft­ware engi­neers, and there­fore, 36% of pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­ers use React.js — just behind the most used web frame­work, jQuery. React.js has been ranked high­ly as a top frame­work for devel­op­ers to be famil­iar with, and near­ly 69% of those that are devel­op­ing with React.js expressed inter­est in con­tin­u­ing to devel­op with it, as not­ed in the Stack Over­flow 2020 Devel­op­er Sur­vey. By com­plet­ing a train­ing course, devel­op­ers can advance their careers by stay­ing cur­rent on pop­u­lar skills such as React.js. And, with the annu­al salary for a devel­op­er skilled with React.js aver­ag­ing $92,000, invest­ing in a React.js train­ing course can pay off.

Rea­son 2: React.js pro­vides a vari­ety of ben­e­fits to projects.

React.js can improve your projects in many ways. Designed with a mod­u­lar struc­ture, the com­po­nents make it flex­i­ble, com­pos­able, and rel­a­tive­ly easy to main­tain. It also enhances projects with per­for­mance, speed, and sim­plic­i­ty. Addi­tion­al­ly, React.js is a web frame­work that is rel­a­tive­ly easy to try out, per­haps using test­ing with­in a small­er project fea­ture to bet­ter explore ben­e­fits, as React.js does not make assump­tions about the tech stack. After com­plet­ing a React.js train­ing course, devel­op­ers can use their new skills in a pre-exist­ing project and quick­ly observe improvements.

Lev­el Up in React.js

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Rea­son 3: React.js is not too dif­fi­cult to learn.

With a short peri­od of train­ing, devel­op­ers can gain con­fi­dence in work­ing with the intu­itive web frame­work. 22% of devel­op­ers who don’t already devel­op with React.js have expressed inter­est in doing so, lead­ing with the largest amount of inter­est in learn­ing this skill com­pared to oth­er web frame­works. Addi­tion­al­ly, com­pared to oth­er tech roles, front-end devel­op­ers often have few­er years of work expe­ri­ence, so con­tin­u­ing to expand your skillset can be ben­e­fi­cial to your career growth. 73% of pro­fes­sion­al devel­op­ers learn a new lan­guage or frame­work at least once a year, with approx­i­mate­ly 35% learn­ing a new lan­guage or frame­work every few months — so any time is a good time to boost your skills with a React.js train­ing course.

On April 14, Momen­tum is offer­ing a 4‑hour Lev­el Up in React live vir­tu­al train­ing to help front-end devel­op­ers become up to date on React.js. The train­ing will cov­er top­ics includ­ing func­tion-based com­po­nents and every­thing you need to know about hooks, build­ing devel­op­ers’ con­fi­dence in their React.js skills and pro­vid­ing tips for suc­cess. Reg­is­ter now to attend our React.js train­ing course.

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