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React Portals — Understanding with examples

A guide to proper placement of DOM Elements in React

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While architecting scalable apps, writing syntactically correct React code is not enough. It is important to write semantically correct code as well where React Portals shine. Even if you have nailed the DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) coding principle, it is important that you ensure your code follows the…

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