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Create a meme generator by using ReactJS

In this tutorial, we’ll make a meme generator using ReactJS. In the meme generator, we have two text fields in which we enter the first textand last text. After writing the text when we click the Gen button, it creates a meme with an image and the text written on it.

In this React app, we have only one component: MemeGenerator. MemeGenerator contains a render method that returns a controlled form, the form contains two input fields and one Gen button. When the MemeGenerator component gets rendered on the screen, the componentDidMount() method gets activated and makes an API call, and stores the data received in an array. When the user fills the input field and clicks the Gen button, the form gets submitted, and a random image URL is assigned to the randomImg state variable. The image is shown on the screen along with the text.

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Prerequisite: The pre-requisites for this project are:

  • React
  • Functional and Class Components
  • React AJAX and API
  • ES6 

Getting Started with React: Our React app contains two components, the App component, and MemeGenerator component.



App.js: App component renders single MemeGenerator component.


MemeGenerator.js: The only component in our App is a MemeGenerator component. It contains four state variables and initially, all of them are set to empty string or empty array. When the component gets mounted on the screen, an API call is made and the data received is converted into JSON and stored in the state variable allMemeImgs[ ]. The MemeGenerator component renders a controlled form to the screen and when the user types the input, the handleChange method gets called, and the state variables topText and bottomText store the text typed by the user.  When the user clicks the Gen button, handleSubmit method gets called and a random image URL is stored in randomImg variable. When the randomImg gets the value, the meme is shown to the screen.

Below is the complete code of our MemeGenerator component.



App.css: How to make the topText and lastText get aligned as per the image. The following CSS can be used to make the text aligned


Output: Our app is now complete and working.  Below is the App working perfectly.

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Memes are great - they're such a fun way of describing ideas and opinions. So it's no coincidence that I picked a meme generator app as the capstone project in my free React course on Scrimba. The app works by pulling a random meme image from an API and placing your text over the top of it to create your very own, personalized meme.

So in this article, I'll give you a step-by-step guide to creating the app. If you ever get confused, you can also follow these steps in the Scrimba course, starting at this lecture.

And then if you like my teaching style and are in the mood for a tougher challenge after you complete this tutorial, please check out my upcoming advanced course on Scrimba.

Note: You should already be fairly familiar with some of the fundamental concepts of React, like components, state, props, and lifecycle methods. Also, this tutorial doesn't use Hooks, but in my upcoming course we'll cover Hooks in depth and get tons of practice using them.

1. Creating the boilerplate and rendering an App component

Creating the boilerplate task

The first thing we need to do is to create the boilerplate code for the app. To do this, we import and and use to render a component called , which we will create later. We then put the component at the 'root'. We also import from its file , which we will create shortly.

We then create our file. In it, we create a functional component called which, for now, returns a simple . We then export it. The allows us to check that the app is displaying correctly to the screen.

The resulting output is this:
Rendered Hello World

2. Creating the Header and MemeGenerator components

Creating the Header and MemeGenerator task

Next up, we create the Header and MemeGenerator components. The Header will only display elements, while MemeGenerator will call to the API and retain the data in state.

Let's start by creating the file. Since Header is a component which is only used to display, it should be a functional component. For now, the component should return a simple . After creating it, we then export Header.

Next, we create the file. As the component will be holding data and making calls to an API, it needs to be a class component. We still need to import React, and since it is going to be a class component, we'll import as well (which is a named import).

MemeGenerator needs a which calls and as it will be holding state, we add some empty state to it now. Like in the Header component, we render a simple to start with. We then export MemeGenerator.

Now, we import both Header and MemeGenerator into and create an instance of each one in our App component. In order to display the components correctly, we wrap them in a .

To complete the component, we add a trollface image by inserting an tag and setting the src to the image's URL. We then add a tag with the name of our app and wrap them both in the semantic HTML5 tag.

As styling is outside the scope of this course, the CSS styles have already been created and applied to the tag. The result is this:

Rendered Header

That said, learners can always play around with the styling and hone their CSS skills by themselves. With the now complete, the rest of the challenge will take place in

4. Initializing state

Initializing state task

We now have to initialize state so that it saves a top text, a bottom text and a random image, which is already supplied.

To do this, we build up the empty object we placed in the when we originally built it. We initialize and as empty strings and as the provided URL.

5. Making the API call

Making the API call task

Next, we make an API call to the provided URL and save the data returned (which is an array found in ) to a new state property called .
When we need to load data from an endpoint to use in our component, a good place to make the request is the lifecycle method. As soon as the component mounts, we use the native function to call to the provided URL.

This returns a promise which we turn into a Javascript object with the method.

Then we get the response which is useful to us by pulling the memes array from .

Now, we save the results to a new state property called . To do this, we initialize as an empty array.

Now, back in , we set state. As we are not interested in what the previous state was, we set to memes.

To ensure that it works, we the first item, which looks something like this:

console.log output

Here's an overview of the entire function.

6. Creating the input form

We now want to create a form which will eventually allow the user to input the top and bottom texts. We do this with an HTML tag and a simple which says 'Gen'. We style it with the pre-provided CSS.

Rendered Gen button

7. Adding input fields to the form

Adding input fields task

Next, it is up to us to add the two input fields (one for the top text and one for the bottom text). The form should be a controlled form, so we will need to add all the attributes needed in order for that to work. We will create the handler later.

We create two input fields which both have the type and appropriate name attributes ( and ). Rather than using labels, we use placeholders: 'Top Text' and 'Bottom Text'.

Lastly, in order to make this a controlled form, we set the value as equal to the current value in with and .

8. Creating the onChange handler.

Creating the onChange handler task

Now, we create the onChange handler, which will update the corresponding state on every change of the input field.

First, we create a function which receives an event.

Now, we set the of both input fields to equal .

We need to remember to bind the method in the constructor — a common gotcha for React developers.

To test the new function, we add a simple :

If it is correctly firing, you'll see something like this:
Rendered console.log("Working!")

Now to fill in the function. To do this, we want to pull the name and value properties from so that we can get the name of the state we are supposed to update ( or ) and the value which is typed into the box.

We will now use these to update state. As we are not interested in what the previous state was, we can just provide an object in which we set the to the value typed into the input field.

9. Displaying a meme image alongside the top and bottom text

We now want the app to display a meme image alongside the top and bottom text. We insert an tag underneath the and set the which we initialized as its source by using . We then add two tags which display the corresponding text which is also saved in state. All of this is wrapped in a and styled with the pre-provided class.

We can now test the app by typing into the text boxes. As state is being correctly set on every keystroke, the text displayed on the image changes each time we type.

Rendered example of progress so far

10. Displaying a random meme image alongside the Top and Bottom text

Displaying a random meme image task

Now, we need to create a method which displays a meme image which it randomly chooses from our array when the button is clicked. The property on the chosen image in the array is .
We can break this task down into smaller parts.

Firstly, we set the form's to equal the name of our new method, which we will call .

We now create the function above the function. We need to preventDefault on the event, otherwise, the method will try to refresh the page.

We also need to bind in our .

Now, we need to get a random number, get the meme from that index and set to the of the random item.

To get a random number, we use . To make sure that it is one of the indices in our array, we multiply by the length of the array.

We now set to equal , with the index of as the we just got. We then add to the end of it.

Now, all we need to do is update the state by updating the randomImg property with .

Our completed function looks like this:

Completed Meme Generator

Working App

We now have completed the meme generator app, and get a different image every time we hit the button, which is then overlaid with the text we input.

To further our learning, we could play with code and see whether we can improve it, or try to get images from a different API. For some really heavy-duty practice, we could even delete all the code and try building it again from scratch.

Congratulations on following through the tutorial and learning all the skills used in this project.

And if you're ready for it, do check out my upcoming advanced course, as it'll take you to a professional level in React!

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Humor is an integral part of our life, enabling us to survive in this super hectic world. And programming humor takes a special place in our postmodern culture. We love JavaScript memes! That’s why we’ve carefully picked the punchiest JavaScript memes, comics, and illustrations from the life of a typical coder just with one purpose, to make you laugh, or at least smile. Here are our top 40 JavaScript memes to brighten your day.

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What is the most popular language | Javascript meme

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how frontend developer looks like | Javascript meme

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This is our favorite JavaScript joke, such irony. As you probably remember, HTML is not a programming language. 😁

learn programming language | html jokes

Both JS and CSS are used in web development, but for a different purpose! CSS helps to design the webpage for better layouts. JavaScript is responsible for web pages and user interaction.

css in javascript

Q: How can you understand that a fullstack Javascript developer is working?
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JavaScript is everywhere.

We know that you know React.

Poor boy 😀

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Variable is constant in JS, you know?

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We can’t stop surprising about the quantity of new frameworks appearing every day.

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Too many JavaScript frameworks…

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One more JavaScript meme that will crack you up:

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Xzbit knows something…

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Javascript in 2021:

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Greta Thunberg is always a good idea! 🙂

Extend your JS app with Typescript 😉

typescript type checking
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Debugging in Javascript, be like…

javascript debugging | javscript meme
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bug free | hello world
dart vader | javascript meme

Every framework is good in its own way, but some would definitely prefer Vue.js, believing that it’s a bit faster to run and learn while React processes may take longer.

jquery jokes

One more compliment to Vuejs developers.

javascript memes

Btw, do you use lintroller?

Absolutely top-notch:

True story, and not only among Javascript devs… 😨

async await | javascript meme

We know that when you are puzzled, you will probably ask StackOverflow; no matter whether you’re a newbie or a high-level expert in Javascript.

stackoverflow answers | javascript meme

Why Android Studio is slow? That’s a rhetorical question…

android studio
javascript multithreading

PHP vs Javascript vs C# vs CSS

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We do hope that developers will appreciate our Javascript meme compilation. And we do hope to make the second part, kinda volume 2.0 JavaScript meme list in the nearest future. 🦦

Thanks for your attention! 🤖


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