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Georgey V B
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Aug 31, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Create a search bar in React from scratch

Georgey V B I'm a self-taught web developer from India. I enjoy learning about new web technologies and working on projects. I hope that my work will assist other developers who are experiencing the same difficulties that I am.

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11 Replies to "Create a search bar in React from scratch"

  1. Absolutely amazing!! I cant believe it can be so easy to do this with react. Im still surprised how amazing is this.

    Also I wanted to add there is a typo in: data.title.toLowerCase().includes(query.toLowerCase()). Instead of data.title should be post.title.

  2. What about searching for title that is not in the mock api, how do we display the ‘title not found message’ ?

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