HTML and CSS
React is used to build user interfaces, so a basic understanding of HTML and CSS is essential. HTML is used to create the structure of a web page, while CSS is used to style the page. Understanding HTML tags, attributes, and selectors, as well as CSS properties and values, will help you create and style your React components.
Node.js and npm
To write code, you need a text editor. There are many text editors available, both free and paid. Some popular text editors for React development are Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text, Atom, and WebStorm. Choose the one that you are most comfortable with. Below is the interface of Visual Studio Code.
React Developer Tools
React Developer Tools is a browser extension that allows you to inspect and debug React components. It is available for Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. React Developer Tools will help you understand how React works and how components are rendered.
You can directly install and enable it from the given link: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/react-developer-tools/
Basic Understanding of React
Before you start coding with React, you need to have a basic understanding of how it works. React is a component-based library, which means you will be building reusable components that can be combined to create complex user interfaces. You should understand the concept of JSX, state, props, and lifecycle methods.
Learn more about React from our blog: https://plainsurf.com/why-reactjs-is-the-best-choice-for-your-websites-user-experience/