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How to Write Cleaner React code by Aditya Tyagi

How to Write Cleaner React code

Avoid unnecessary tags in React

After getting my hands dirty with over 10 production level React projects, one thing that was consistent with most of them was the use of unnecessary HTML elements/tags. It is highly important that your code is easier to maintain, write, read and debug. As a thumb rule, you can follow this to identify if your code follows clean code guidelines:

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