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Hey I am learning reactjs as much as i have learned I am trying to make note app my code given below
my App.js file...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-11 at 11:58
getNotes (which should probably be named
getActiveNote, IMHO) to re-run every time
To achieve this, you have to declare it as a callback (
useCallback) and to declare its dependencies. Also you want to place the result in state (
I will try to word this in the best way I can...
When I send a function through a prop to a child and then send it again to another child, then use the on click to activate it in the 'grandparent' function. When I console.log in that original function in the grandparent that console.logs a state, it prints undefined, yet when I am within that grandparent and try to activate that function, it will log the state correctly. If anyone can help me a little bit more in depth that would be great, we can call!...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-31 at 03:25
useEffect hook of
Body component runs only once because it does not have any dependency, thus
changeBox callback passed to its children and grand children has the default state of
boxMain, and it never updates.
This is why calling
Body component logs
boxMain array correctly, while calling
props.changeBox inside children components logs
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This is not the BEST solution, but it will give you an idea why it didn't work before, and how you can fix it.
I'm getting my navbar routes from a json file like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-25 at 13:11
You should set the key to the index, not the title. This way if you have duplicate titles, it won't have a duplicate key.
I'm building a text editor using React with Typescript. The component hierarchy looks like this: TextEditor -> Blocks -> Block -> ContentEditable.
The ContentEditable is an npm package https://www.npmjs.com/package/react-contenteditable.
What i want it to do
The behavior I'm after is similar to Medium or Notions text editor. When a user writes in a block and hits enter on their keyboard, a new block should be created after the current block.
What it does
The behavior right now is strange to me. If I press enter and add one block, it works fine. But if I press enter again it overrides the previous block instead of creating a new one. However, if I press enter and add a block, then puts the carrot (focusing) on the new block and press enter again, a new block is added after as expected.
Here is a sandbox with the complete code: https://codesandbox.io/s/texteditor-mxgbey?file=/src/components/Block.tsx:81-557
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-09 at 12:48
State value not give the updated value while handleAddBlock function calls. So use like this,
I am getting the following warning in the console:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-26 at 14:18
Trying add dynamic rows in HTML table (React). When, the props are passed on to a different compoment for rendering the table I get a warning
Warning: Each child in a list should have a unique "key" prop.
But when the table is rendered in the same component. No warnings!!!
I have looked into other solutions one, two, In solution three, the answer says
The key needs to go on the outermost returned element. In your specific case, that means changing this:. Which I am returning from the row component, but the behaivior is different.
This throws warning...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-22 at 12:29
Change the word(prop) index to key as shown below
i still newbie in reactjs, and i try to build a some project. this project its to display any product price and stock, but here this problem.
i try to sum this number to get a total price in my product in reactjs, but the output always like this. how to fix that......
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 13:23
The problem is you changing
arr array in the render method, it means it pushes every time the component renders, that's why you are getting unstable results. To avoid this, you could move this logic
I am currently trying to import and use nanoid in my (Firebase) nodejs project. I installed it with...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-26 at 15:25
I am using this nanoid, lemme share my POC,
redux-toolkit for storing my data in a store as well as mocking API calls and fetching from a mock Database.
I have the following scenario happening to me.
- I am on page
/content/editorand in the console and terminal, I can see the data was fetched from the mock database and hydrated from
Editor.js. So now IDs 1 to 6 are inside the store accessible.
- Now I click on the PLUS icon to create a new project. I fill out the dialog and press "SAVE". a POST request starts, it's pending and then it gets fulfilled. The new project is now in the mock DB as well as in the store, I can see IDs 1 to 7 now.
- Since I clicked "SAVE" and the POST request was successful, I am being routed to
/content/editor/7to view the newly created project.
- Now I am on Page
[id].js, which also fetched data from the mock DB and then it gets stored and hydrated into the redux store. The idea is, it takes the previous store's state and spreads it into the store, with the new data (if there are any).
- Now the ID 7 no longer exists. And IDs 1 to 6 also don't exist anymore, instead, I can see in the console and terminal that IDs 8 to 13 were created, and the previous ones are no more.
Obviously, this is not great. When I create a new project and then switch the route, I should be able to access the newly created project as well as the previously created ones. But instead, they all get overwritten.
It either has something to do with the
MSW, but I am not sure how to make it work. I need help with it. I will post some code now:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 08:35
I have changed how the state gets hydrated, so I turned this code:
Trying to get this
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ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-03 at 19:56
You forgot to return prevValue;
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