4.6 State Transitions and Conditional Rendering
Now that you have your two main forms, it’s time to learn how to render one at a time using a couple of nifty tricks known as state transitions and conditional rendering.
1.Getting Started4 lessons, 16:04
4 lessons, 16:04
2.Creating the Guestbook Components4 lessons, 26:13
4 lessons, 26:13
3.Using Hooks in Functional Components2 lessons, 12:28
2 lessons, 12:28
4.Creating and Editing Guests8 lessons, 52:32
8 lessons, 52:32
5.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:40
1 lesson, 01:40
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