In React, are there any real differences between these two implementations? Some friends tell me that the FirstComponent is the pattern, but I don't see why. The SecondComponent seems simpler because the render is called only once.  First:  imp...
I have a component that stores a contact object as state - {firstName: "John", lastName: "Doe", phone: "1234567890} I want to create a form to edit this object but if I want the inputs to hold the value of the original contact par...
I have a page which renders different components based on user input. At the moment, I have hard coded the imports for each component as shown below:      import React, { Component } from 'react'     import Component1 from './Component1&#...
I've created a set of nested components.  The code is here: http://emberjs.jsbin.com/hasehija/2/edit.  HTML:  {{#level-1}}     {{#level-2}}       {{#level-3}}         <button {{action 'handleAction'}}>           Click me (yielded)...
I have a container that I need to change the UI form showing the form or showing a success page.  The container has a state.showSuccess and I need the MyFormModule to be able to call the container to change the state.  The below code works but I'...
When using CSS and JS components, is it possible, or even, does it make sense to install them to different directories?  . |-- app     |-- scripts         |-- components           # js components go here             |-- backbone-amd             |-- e...
I have trouble figuring out how to get the following to work:  My parent template  <comp>   <a href="#" slot="links>link 1</a>   <a href="#" slot="links>link 2</a> </comp>   and my component...
I have been trying to find the solution of this problem from two days. Unfortunately, I can not get what I want. I am using Angular5.  <div class="form-group col-md-12" [innerHTML]="GetItemsOfHolder(item.children[1],1, 'UserConfigG...
Is it possible to passing a function to a component and call this function inside the component passing a parameter?  Example:  List of posts  <post-list posts="blog.posts"            loading="blog.loadingPosts"            get-post...

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