Nathan Sebhastian
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How props are passed to components in React

Nathan Sebhastian A senior software developer with experience in building fullstack JavaScript app with React and Express. You can find me online at sebhastian.com.

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6 Replies to "How props are passed to components in React"

  1. Thank you for proving detail information for How to pass props to components in React. this steps is really helpful on my current project.

  2. Curious question.

    Sometimes ( Mostly 🙁 ) I do this inside child components before the return fucntion.
    const {
    } = props;

    Then i use this inside th return.

    I do to save myself writing this.props before every variable.

    Is this bad practice ?


  3. Hi, can you explain how pass props to server side in order to use the prop as a key to search a specific documento in a mongodb database ?

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