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Stop Using “&&” for Conditional Rendering in React Without Thinking

Avoid bugs by using `&&` correctly in React components

If you’ve seen any React application, you know how to conditionally render parts of a component depending on props and state. Although there are multiple ways of conditional rendering, this article focuses on the JavaScript && operator. The main reason for…



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