Because props will always be an object, they can be destructured into independent variables. If you're passing a lot of props to your component, it's probably preferable to put them all on the props object and access them by saying props.
React delivers JSX properties and children to a user-defined component as a single object when it encounters an element representing one. This object is referred to as "props."
Using the above approach, we may access any prop from within a component's class. This. props is a global object that contains all of a component's props. This object's keys are propNames, or the names of props.
Weapons, flashlights, candles, phones, lighters, handheld security and communication devices, portable medical devices, backpacks and briefcases, pencils, small electronic equipment, and so much more are examples of hand props.
A component can only update its own props if they are arrays or objects (having a component update its own props is an anti-pattern), but it can update its state and its children's props.