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1.1 Introduction

In this course, we'll take a close look at how React's JSX templating language works, both for native HTML elements and for custom React components. To gain an understanding of what's happening under the hood, at each step we'll compare JSX with the JavaScript into which it compiles.

1.Thinking in React: JSX Deep Dive
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Thinking in React: JSX Deep Dive

1.1 Introduction

[SOUND] If you've been thinking about learning the React JavaScript library you might worry that it looks like you need to learn a whole other templating language, JSX. But that's actually not the case. JSX is simply a syntax extension for JavaScript that makes building HTML structures in your JavaScript much simpler. Hi, I'm Andrew Burgess, and in this Tuts+ Coffee Break course we're gonna take a look at JSX. I think you'll find that in just a few minutes you'll know everything you need to know about using JSX and React in your web applications.

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