Renders a list of elements from an array of primitives. Use the value of the isOrdered prop to conditionally render a <ol> or <ul> list. Use Array.prototype.map to render every item in data as a <li> element, give it a key produced from the concatenation of the its index and value. Omit the isOrdered prop to Continue reading React :: DataList
Renders a toggle component. Use the React.useState() to initialize the isToggleOn state variable to false. Use an object, style, to hold the styles for individual components and their states. Return a <button> that alters the component’s isToggleOn when its onClick event is fired and determine the appearance of the content based on isToggleOn, Continue reading React :: Toggle
As with any single page application, everything gets bundled into one file that can quickly bloom in size if it does not get kept in check. Tools such as Webpack can help split this bundle up into more manageable chunks Continue reading React :: Code splitting
In HTML, the attribute name is in all lowercase and is given a string invoking a function defined somewhere: In React, the attribute name is camelCase and are passed the function reference inside curly braces: In HTML, false can be returned to Continue reading What is the difference between HTML and React event handling?