Use named slots to compose multiple components in Svelte 3

Tomasz Łakomy
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Slots in Svelte 3 allow us to compose components within one another.

Sometimes we'd like to have a component which can accept multiple children and for us to be able to control where each child gets rendered.

In this lesson we're going to learn how to use named slots in Svelte 3 to render content inside of a header, body and footer of an app.

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