Today’s topic is JSX.
JSX is an abbreviation for (J)ava(S)cript (X)ML.
Don’t worry. You don’t need to know what is XML to use JSX, and you don’t need to download anything because it is included with React.
Now, imagine if you could write NORMAL HTML!
One amazing feature in JSX that I like so much is that you can add expressions!
You don’t know what is an expression?
Okay, maybe an example will solve the dilemma.
So, an expression is a value or an operation you can add to HTML using JSX.
camelCase property naming convention, for example:
Thank you for reading :)