Best interactive learning platforms and GitHub repos of React👇

GitHub repos👇

1️⃣ React-developer-roadmap

⇛ Roadmap to becoming a React developer…
2️⃣ Awesome-react

⇛ A collection of awesome things regarding React ecosystem…
3️⃣ 30-seconds-of-react

⇛ Short React code snippets for all your development needs…
4️⃣ Real-world-react-apps

⇛ Real world React apps and their open source codebases for developers to learn from…
5️⃣ React-learning

⇛ A curated list of free resources to master React Development…
Interactive learning 👇

6️⃣ React tutorial

⇛ Learn in an interactive environment. Understand how React works not just how to build with React.
7️⃣ React Online Test (Free)

⇛ Practice your skills and earn a certificate of achievement when you score in the top 25%…
8️⃣ Mock Test

⇛ MCQ based questions on React.…
9️⃣ React games

⇛ Play and then try to make logic in your mind. You can check source code also
🔟 Learn React.js Interactively

⇛ Learn and practice React.js using hooks, interactive tutorial with dozens of react exercises…
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