A solid choice for screencast training by expert authors, but you should supplement with independent practice and projects.
This series of video courses covers everything from the basics to advanced React features. The courses are concise and scoped well to cover the core topics without too much overlap.
Pluralsight's authors are the main draw here, as experts Cory House and others guide you through real-world React usage.
Pluralsight's React path includes an adaptive assessment that will measure your proficiency with the library. The assessment can give you a good idea for how your React knowledge stacks up against other Pluralsight users and areas to target for additional study.
The first 6-8 hours of this 30+ hour path are all you'll need to become conversational in the key React concepts, but you'll need additional practice with hands-on projects to make the leap from watching to building.
Pluralsight doesn't have a great community solution, and support through the forums is extremely limited. If learning alongside others is important to you, then you should go with another solution or supplement with a React Discord community.
By Bob Ziroll
The best overall combination of topic coverage, learning experience, instructor quality, and delivery of outcomes. And you can take it for FREE, though we recommend subscribing to get the full benefits.
By Various Authors
An impressive free, text-based course developed in partnership with tech companies, that offers feedback on coding exercises. Part of a larger full-stack curriculum, so a great option for novice coders.
By Tyler McGinnis, Lynn Fisher, Ben Adam, Alex Brown
Highly polished deep dive into React essentials, with lots of hands-on practice and a special emphasis on hooks.
By Brian Holt
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