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React.js–Get started in Dart #2

In Part 1 of this series, we built our Greeting component that took a name parameter and rendered this onto the screen. Here’s what the snippet for this looked like:

var Greeting = createReactClass({
  "render": allowInteropCaptureThis(
    (ReactClassInterface self) => React.createElement(
      'h1', null, ['Hello, ${getProperty(self.props, "name")}']),
  )
});

And we used it by doing:

void main() {
  ReactDOM.render(
    React.createElement(
      Greeting,
      makeJsObject({
        'name': 'John'
      }),
      null,
    ),
    querySelector('#output'),
  );
}

In this part, we will refactor our solution and proceed to build out the stateful component example.

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Further reading

  1. js package
  2. How to Use JavaScript libraries in your Dart applications
  3. Full-stack web development with Dart

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Hello 👋, I show programmers how to build full-stack web applications with the Dart SDK. I am passionate about teaching others, having received tremendous support on sites like dev.to and medium.com for my articles covering various aspects of the Dart language and ecosystem.