React components are built around components that can be combined into one large component.
We’ll see how React is built to make that possible.
This article is a look at how React components work, why we use them and how they can be used in our code.
We will also see how you can use react components to create complex, reusable components.
Learn how to use React components to make your React code modular and extensible.
You’ll also find out how to create a simple mobile React application.
React components in code The main concept is that you can combine two components together to create another component.
React provides a powerful and extensible way of doing this.
React allows you to define how the components should be used, what their inputs are and so on.
You can also create an interface to communicate with a component.
In this article, we’ll look at a simple example using a component called “table” and a cell that will contain an input that represents the first letter of the first word in the sentence.
React has a few components to support this.
The first is a class called “input”.
The input class contains a function that returns a React element and a component that accepts the input as an argument.
In the example below, we have created a new component called Table which takes a string and returns a string.
React’s Input class has two methods for processing the input: render and add .
The render method returns a
The add method adds a element to the HTML table, with the value “Hello world!”.
The component is passed an object that represents a string that is a valid HTML fragment.
React also has an array component that is used to store the input in a React tree.
The array component returns an object with the values of all of the input elements in the tree.
React does a lot of work to make this work and to make the input components work asynchronously.
In our example, when the input value is changed, the array component updates the HTML tree with the new value.
React makes the input DOM elements available to the component asynchronially and then calls a function on the component to update the input element and pass the updated value to the