Over the last three blog posts, I’ve been exploring some of the basic concepts in React. Links to those blogs can be found below. In the last post, I dove a bit further into the use of hooks in functional components and how they can be used to capture, store…


In the past two blogs, which can be found (https://marissanolan7.medium.com/react-basics-functional-vs-class-components-part-1-in-a-4-part-series-fd3cef8120bb) and (https://marissanolan7.medium.com/react-basics-using-props-to-pass-data-to-components-part-2-in-a-4-part-series-65b69e42fd5a), we’ve taken a look at a few of the fundamental React concepts as well as passing data through props into functional components. In this paper, I’d like to take a closer look at using state within a functional…


React is a JavaScript library, and it can be an extremely useful single page application framework. In this series, I’m exploring some of the basics concepts in React. My last blog reviewed the differences between class and functional components: https://medium.com/@marissanolan7/react-basics-functional-vs-class-components-part-1-in-a-4-part-series-fd3cef8120bb. …


React is an open-source JavaScript library used to build front end, user interfaces and components. It is adaptable and most often used for developing SPA’s, or Single? Page Applications. Whereas some web pages are designed by loading a completely new page every time the user clicks on a link, single…

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