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Breaking up the user interface into different pieces with React components allows you to reuse and manage them independently. A React component takes an optional input and renders a React element on the screen.

Functional and class components are the most common sorts of components, but we'll also discuss pure components and higher-order components today.

Arguments supplied into React components are known as props. HTML attributes are used to pass props to components. Props is an abbreviation for "properties."

In react-native, a component is a very fundamental element that allows us to break down a huge application into numerous smaller components. This speeds up development and keeps the code simple to understand.

A React component can be defined using a class component, which is a more advanced means of doing so. It works similarly to a function that accepts props, but it also takes into account a private internal state as additional input that controls the returned value. JSX

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