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Output object name other than React with jsx syntax


Output object name other than React with jsx syntax

By : user2955719
Date : November 22 2020, 10:48 AM
Hope this helps No, it's no longer possible to use a custom prefix for JSX. If you need to do this, you'll need to modify the JSX transform code, or create a fake React.
code :
var React = require('react'), FakeReact = Object.assign({}, React, {
    createElement: function(component, props, ...children){
        // ...

        // eventually call the real one
        return React.createElement(component, props, ...children);
    }
});
module.exports = FakeReact;
var React = require('fake-react');

// ...
    render: function(){ return <div />; }


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React Native ES6 Syntax: Undefined is not an object

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By : Georgia Squirrel Rem
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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React Native ECMAScript 6 Object syntax only has key, no explicit value?

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By : niharika
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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code :
{key} === {key:key}  
{"key":"key"}
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By : Emily
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I am quite new to django and JSONB and I use this following syntax to execute a search on JSONB data fields: , what you do is smth like:
code :
with c(j) as (values('
[
  {
    "fieldX": -20,
    "fieldY": 40
  },
  {
    "fieldX":10,
    "fieldY": 0
  }
]
'::jsonb))
select j #> ['0', 'fieldX'] from c;
ERROR:  syntax error at or near "["
LINE 13: select j #> ['0', 'fieldX'] from c;
t=# with c(j) as (values('
[
  {
    "fieldX": -20,
    "fieldY": 40
  },
  {
    "fieldX":10,
    "fieldY": 0
  }
]
'::jsonb))
select j #> '{0,fieldX}' from c;
 ?column?
----------
 -20
(1 row)
 j #> array[0,'fieldX']::text[] from c
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By : Brian
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps One thing you missed is that the change in context will ineffect change the value received at Consumer there by initiating a rerender which cannot be achieved by importing the value.
Rendering an Object to a table using React.js syntax

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By : user2509668
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I can't get the following to work in React's render() , .forEach doesn't return anything, but .map does. If you change
code :
Object.values(entry).forEach( e => <td>{e}</td>
Object.values(entry).map( e => <td>{e}</td>
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