Learn React fast. This is a quick overview of how to use React core features compressed into one minute. Remember to pause the video if you need time to understand something!
This lesson is for React v16.8 or later.
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Rodrigo Pombo: [0:01] React provides a createDocument() function to declare what we want to render to the DOM. Instead of using createElement directly, you can use JSX. To create a component, you only need to write a function with a name that starts with a capital letter. Now, you can use that function in JSX.
[0:49] React only needs a unique key for each element to find out when something changes. If you want to compose components together, React passes the nested elements inside a special property called children.