Props and State in React – differences and use cases

React is a great tool for building user interfaces. State is the main feature that makes it interactive. Without state, all web apps built in React would be static. Most people use React because it’s interactive and can respond to user’s actions. Yes, you can do a lot of things using plain JavaScript, but you can improve upon that with React. State and virtual DOM concepts are not exclusive to React, but they are integral…

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