Austin React Training

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Accelebrate React training in Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas, also known by tech-heads as "Silicon Hills," is becoming a hotbed for recent grads and tech gurus alike. In addition to the city's affordable real estate and music scene, Austin's ever-growing tech sector has San Francisco-based techies relocating to Texas. According to the US census, Austin is the fastest-growing metro area in the United States.

Accelebrate's hands-on, instructor-led React training in Austin teaches everyone from beginners to experienced developers how to build single-page applications with both ReactJS and Redux. Accelebrate's courses enable students to become fluent in the toolchain supporting React, including Webpack, NPM, and JavaScript syntax.



In Austin and elsewhere in Texas, we have trained for:

  • ExxonMobil in Houston, Texas
  • Harris County Flood Control District in Houston, Texas
  • Lands of America in Austin, Texas
  • Southwest Airlines in Dallas, Texas
  • TCDRS in Austin, Texas
  • Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas
  • Texas Instruments in Dallas, Texas
  • United Space Alliance in Houston, Texas
  • Visa in Austin, Texas
  • ZeOmega Inc. in Plano, Texas

Here is feedback from past students in Texas:

I feel we learned things about Visual Studio.Net that we most likely would have never considered to use because we were not familiar with it.

- Fabian K, Texas Department of Transportation, Austin, TX

I was nervous about learning C# and wasn't sure I had the background required for the training. The instructor put me at ease and answered the dozens of questions I had. I felt very at ease during every part of the training.

- Gus C, McCombs School of Business, Austin, TX

This was the most comprehensive IT-related training class I've taken in the past 5 years.

- Anthony H, US Veterans Affairs, NDS, Austin, TX

This class was great! We had an instructor for the beginners and a consultant for the experienced.

- Kyle, ESP Solutions Group, Austin, TX

I went into this class knowing next to nothing about web development, and now I feel like I have a solid enough foundation to do anything I might need to do.

- Alex I, 21CT, Austin, TX

Why Should You Learn React?

Whether you're a novice web developer or an experienced programmer, there are several reasons to learn React, including:

  1. React uses declarative instead of imperative syntax. React allows users to control the flow and state in an application (i.e. "It should look like this.") whereas imperative style requires users to describe things in detail (i.e. "This is what you should do.")
  2. React encourages reusability. React is component-based, which means it saves developers both time and money. React gives users the chance to break down any interface into individual reusable components.
  3. React is SEO-friendly. There's no secret here–React is well-known for being the friendliest JavaScript library for SEO purposes. Of course, React in itself isn't SEO-friendly. Instead, it works with SEO, making it easier for Google to crawl.
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