Why can’t I use dot notation on React State?

I’m creating a flashcard app and I’m currently trying to set the front side of the flashcard to some text from an API. My state: const [deckWithCards, setDeckWithCards] = useState([]); deckWithCards …

How to update a state when a prop changes, without rendering twice

I have a data visualization component that has “width” as one of the props. A state keeps track of the zoom level in the chart, and it is updated when handling mouse events. The zoom needs …

How do I stop state element being passed to child component before it is set?

I’m writing a weather forecast app with React. I’m fetching the data from openweathermap.org API. But to use that I need to know user’s location. So I use other API’s in sequence as well to identify …

React component state not updating with passed props

I have created an Accordion component which has data(object) and expanded(boolean) as props. expanded props is used to set the expanded/collapsed state of this component passed as a prop. const …

Send multiple props across components React

I am trying to send two variables from the Component ‘Game’ to the Component ‘App’ but I am unsure how to send more than one prop at a time. This what I have: With this I am able to send the prop ‘score’ from ‘Game’ to ‘App’ but I was wondering if it was possible to send more then just the one prop, such as ‘score’ and a new variable, ‘count’ with the same button press, to ultimately be able to display both ‘score’ and ‘count’ in the ‘Score’ Componenet. Thanks. Answer Sure you can, just update the function you