But I’m going to show you that later when we create our first component. And then you type NPM start, and that will start everything up for you. And you can set this CSS conditionally, depending on this primary prop. And that is a function that you call with a template literal. So these properties corresponds to what they are called in HTML. In this case, I also showing the switch on and off because I was sending in the prop switch on.
- Now because we’re in a class, then we don’t have the use effect here to trigger.
- And hopefully, we will get the console log of all the movies if we save this one and go back to our browser.
- So we call that one and inside, we’re simply going to invoke this dot fetch movies.
- And just below the hero image, we’re going to place that component But first, we need to import it.
That’s three Olam, save this file and go inside the index.js file, we import react from react, then we’re going to import the styles. And I’m going to have one that’s called export const text equals styled dot div double backticks. That’s called fetch movies with an s really important, and then we’re going to give it the search term and the page So this will hopefully grab the movies for us. So in the app.js file, up here, where we import the header, we’re going to import home from dot forward slash components, and home like that. So save the file, and I’m going to show you in the next video, how to create the styles the actual CSS, but move inside of the index.js, we’re going to create our header component. So that’s why we grabbing it inside of the curly brackets, we are going to create default exports from our different components.
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And inside the link, I’m going to have a spam that has a class name of login. Now we need to have some functionality inside of it, we have to change this one into an explicit return. The one thing we need to add to the imports here is to actually import the context. When I set the max width to 320 pixels, it’s showing it to the left.
So we looked at an individual movie, or we can look at anyone. So add media screen and Max dash with is going to be 762 pixels. The max width on this one is going to be from the variable max width React by Example Lessons and the padding is going to be zero and 20 pixels. And I close the component like that, save it and go back to the browser and click a movie and you can see that we have our bread crumb here.
And then you have some additional hooks use reducer, that’s something that’s very similar to if you, for example, have used Redux. So we’re going to use the use effect hook for grabbing that data. And if you’re new to react, this is a great way to start doing some reading before you do any course or create anything with react.
So nothing to do with the styles but in the index dot TSX remove the prop types like this. We’re going to reflect our application into using class components instead of react hooks. We have our text prop that one We’re going to check prop types, capital P here and a little bit repetitive here that we check if it’s a string. So inside our code in the actor.styles.js file, we have two style components. So I have double backticks dollar sign and I have curly brackets and I grab the image base URL and then directly after that I have another dollar sign curly brackets and I grabbed my poster size. So we start off in the components folder by creating a new folder that we call movie infobar, capital M, capital I capital D.
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So if loading return, we’re going to return the spinner if we’re loading something, which we are going to do initially. So if we want to have it placed outside of the use effect, we need to wrap it in something that’s called a use fallback hook, we can import that one up here. And this use effect will think that it’s a new function that gets on each render, and it will create an infinity loop.
- And then you type NPM start, and that will start everything up for you.
- And then we’re going to style the content itself, we set the display to flex, the max dash with is going to be from a variable max with.
- And this is kind of the heart of our application, we have the index.js.
- That means whenever our todo data is updated, the TodoList component (a child of the App component) is updated with that new data.
We can see that we’re passing this data down by using console.log(props). If we look at our console tab, we have this property on our props object called “todos”. We use components to separate different parts of our user interface. This makes them reusable wherever we need them across our app, it better organizes our code, and it makes it easier to understand our projects.
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Which reminds me, I wanted to show you a couple bits of ES6 syntax that will make your components easier to write & read. This is a difference from HTML (where everything is a string) and some other frameworks like Angular and Svelte that will convert the string into a native JS value. React doesn’t parse props at all – they get passed through untouched, just like function arguments.