The second day of the Netflix React.js challenge is focused on building the entire frontend using Redux, as well as incorporating the TMDB movie API to retrieve movie information. The YouTuber reminds viewers to register for the event to be eligible for the £7,000 worth of prizes and thanks the community for their support. The speaker offers positive feedback on participants' submissions and highlights notable portfolios. Despite experiencing a few technical difficulties throughout the video, the YouTuber remains determined, offers clear guidance, and stresses the importance of community in their work. The video covers various topics, including setting up a Firebase project, building the navigation bar and home screen components, and adding animation to the navigation bar using transition properties.
This YouTube video demonstrates how to use React.js to create an interactive and dynamic Netflix clone. The video covers a range of topics, including adding functionality to the navbar, creating the banner component with a backdrop image, styling the banner and buttons while keeping the code simple, text truncation, obtaining an API key from The Movie Database (TMDb), using Axios library to fetch data from TMDb, setting up the base URL and API key, and fetching movie data. The team also builds out the frontend, adding a subtle gradient effect and changing the background color to black, and creating rows for different genres of films using props and state management.
The Netflix React.js Challenge, focused on completing a React.js app using Axios to fetch data from an API, was the subject of this video. The development of various components, including the image component, row component, and poster component, as well as the application of styling and deployment, was covered. Homework was assigned for the next day, and the instructor urged viewers to join the community and submit proof of completed homework. The speaker then concludes the video, expressing his eagerness for the next day's session.