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Components In React JS
Props (short for properties) are a type of data that is passed between React components. Data flows unidirectionally between components in React (from parent to child only). These components are read-only. It's a type of object that stores the value of a tag's attributes and functions in the same way as HTML attributes. Since props are immutable, we can't change them from inside the variable.
Components can generate and maintain their own data thanks to the state. As a result, unlike props, the state cannot transfer data to components. A component's state is an entity that stores data that may change over the component's lifetime.
Few Conventions Used In React JS
1. State should not be updated denotatively.
2. Separate State Updates
3. React allows the use of asynchronous state updates.
React Router is a well-known library for React routing. It allows the users to switch between different component views. React Router is a well-known library for React routing. It allows you to switch between different component views. Using a React Application, one can change the browser URL while keeping the UI in sync.
Learn to make a toy project using the state component with the help of the tutorial below
Refs In React JS
Refs are a React feature that allows one to access the DOM element as well as any React elements that the user might have built by themselves. They're useful when one doesn't want to use props and just wants to change the value of a child component. The functionality of refs is excellent, and the animations are impressive. Third-party DOM libraries can be integrated through Ref.
Functional Components In React JS
There is more to Class and Functional Components in React JS. Learn to implement them from the session below
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