React

How to change the background color of a component on button click using state in React?

This blog describes how to change the background color of a component on button click using state in React. You can change the background color of a component on button click using state in React by updating the state variable representing the background color when the button is clicked. Here’s how you can do it. …

React

How to toggle the visibility of content using state in React?

This blog describes how to toggle the visibility of content using state in React. To toggle the visibility of content using state in React, you can use the useState hook to manage the visibility state of the content. Here’s how you can do it. ToggleContent.js App.js In this example: We define a functional component called …

React

How to render a list of items using the map function in React?

This blog describes how to render a list of items using the map function in React. Rendering a list of items in React using the map function is a common pattern. You typically create an array of JSX elements by mapping over your data array and then render this array within your component’s return statement. …

React

How to create a counter app using functional components in React?

This blog describes how to create a counter app using functional components in React. To create a counter app using functional components in React, you’ll need to maintain the state of the counter using the useState hook. For example. CounterApp.js In this example: We import React and the useState hook from ‘react’. We define a …

React

How to display Hello World! using a functional component in React?

This blog describes how to display Hello World! using a functional component in React. To display “Hello, World!” using a functional component in React, you can create a simple functional component and return the desired text within JSX. For example. In this example: We import React from ‘react’ because JSX gets translated to React.createElement() calls. …

ES6

How to merge arrays using the spread syntax in ES6?

This blog describes how to merge arrays using the spread syntax in ES6. In ES6, you can merge arrays using the spread syntax (…). The spread syntax allows you to expand elements of an iterable (like an array) into places where multiple elements are expected. For example. Output n this example, […array1, …array2] is using …

ES6

How to extract values from an object using destructuring assignment in ES6?

This blog describes how to extract values from an object using destructuring assignment in ES6. In ES6, you can use destructuring assignment to extract values from an object. For example. Output In this example, { name, age, city } is the destructuring pattern. It extracts the values of name, age, and city properties from the …

ES6

How to convert string concatenation to template literals in ES6?

This blog describes how to convert string concatenation to template literals in ES6. Converting string concatenation to template literals in ES6 is simple. You replace the concatenation operator (+) with placeholders (${}) inside backticks (`). For example. Output In this example, messageTemplateLiteral is the template literal version of the message string. The variables name and …

ES6

How to Find Square Root of Elements of an Array Using Arrow Function in ES6?

This blog describes How to Find Square Root of Elements of an Array Using Arrow Function in ES6. You can find the square root of elements in an array using arrow functions in ES6 by utilizing the map() function along with the arrow function. For example. Output In this example: map() is used to iterate …

Full Stack Development

How to Master Full Stack Development?

In this blog, I will discuss How to Master Full Stack Development. Mastering Full Stack Development involves becoming proficient in both front-end and back-end technologies, as well as understanding how they interact with each other to create a seamless user experience. The following practice problems help you learn full-stack development better. Practice Problems on Full …