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Vijit Ail
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Jan 25, 2022 ⋅ 7 min read

Understanding React fragments

Vijit Ail Software Engineer at toothsi. I work with React and NodeJS to build customer-centric products. Reach out to me on LinkedIn or Instagram.

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2 Replies to "Understanding React fragments"

  1. Great article. The examples makes it clear.

    I’ve always use the shorthand and didn’t realise props can be passed in to list as well.
    I’m gonna to try next time.

    Thanks Vijit.

  2. You used very simple examples and demonstrations. I now understand what the documentation was referring to as adding a node. Thanks!

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