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    Render an Object with JSON.stringify in React


    Attempting to render an object in a React component results in an error. Objects are not valid React elements, however, strings are. If we transform an object using JSON.stringify() into a string, we can render it just as we would any other string.

    We can encapsulate this concern in a React component. We can then use this component in a React app wherever we might like to display an object on the screen. This is very useful for debugging purposes when console.log or a debugger are not your best options.