<br>is not valid.
<div>can be written as
<div>something inside</div>. The difference is that in the first syntax version there is no way to include anything inside it.
<Example />), the value will be
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<div>, just by nesting elements inside the Component:
<h1>where we defined the
children, so the final HTML would be:
value: the name of the state variable you want to be changed after any events you define.
setValue: the name of the function we will use to update the value of
initialValue: the value of
valueat the first render.
0and two buttons to update it: one to update the value directly to
5when clicking it, and the other one to add
1to the actual count:
useEffectwill run each time the component re-renders.
as a second argument.
condition && resultIfTrue) when we want to return something if the condition is true, and nothing if not. In the example below, it will return the
<p>It is right</p>element if value is > 20 and nothing if it isn't.
condition ? resultIfTrue : resultIfFalse) if we want to return something if the statement is false. In the example below, it will return the
<p>It is right</p>element if value is > 20 and will render
<p>It is NOT right</p>if that statement is not true.
statetree which can be accessed from any component of the app. This helps you keep different components in sync, and it is also a medium to communicate between them.
stateis used and how easy it is to manage it with Frontity Connect. As said before, you should imagine the state as an object with info about the app:
stateas a prop in the component.
connectonly on the default export of the file:
librariesto the components, like this: