I’ve been wondering, it’s been a week and I’m honestly still stuck at the “Forms” lesson, I’m not absorbing and it’s bringing me with frustration and sadness. It might be a different topic aside, but on what lesson of React 18 for Beginners could I actually found or have something similar to “CRUD”?
I really want to learn how implement an “Add”, “Edit”, “Update”, and “Delete” functionality as much even the most basic of examples. Or is it too much for a beginner?
Thanks in advance.
dont worry bro… for a beginner it’s okay to not absorb quickly keep going
Thanks for your reply! I really am still struggling. Right now, I’m trying to look at different resources but still come at a dead end.
i suggest you the same as Ruu’s method…
i started out with html,css,js and react but didnt quite understand so later quit it to become a backend developer
you can return the course within 30 days so that
It might help to start with some basic database courses as they’re a bit more straight forward in their operations and each of the CRUD operations is tied to database operations:
INSERT - adding data to database table
SELECT - reading data from database table
UPDATE - modifiying data already in a database table
DELETE - removing data from a database table
So you can mostly view CRUD as application level mappings to database operations
APP vs Database
Create = Insert
Read = Select
Update = Update
Delete = Delete
These are passed from the Frontend of an application (e.g. React) via HTTP commands; GET, POST, PUSH, PATCH, DELETE to backend (e.g. Node.js), which then communicates with the Database
Hope this helps
Hi, I have had the same problem over and over. The feeling of not grasping things is super frustrating.
What I do then: I watch the lesson over and over. Code along. Then try to code the lesson on my own. When I master one lesson, I go to the next.
On the next day, I try to code again - mostly I find that I get stuck on another problem than the day before .
I have done the lessons of the ‘Forms’ part many times before I got the hang of it, also because I don’t master TypeScript.
Hang in there!!!
My advice is to not expect so much when you are a beginner. As frustrating as it seems, you probably want to make progress quick. But unfortunately not everyone can do this. Regarding React, if you know the very fundamentals of JS or TS you should be fine. I come from a C++ background and have recently got into JS.