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In React, there are two ways to handle data: props and state. If there is a modification or update in state or props, the React components will be rendered. Each component has its own state, which is just for storing values. Props, on the other hand, are used to transmit data from the parent component to the child component.

In React, you can fetch data using a variety of methods, including the built-in Fetch API, Axios, async/await, and more. We'll go over each of these techniques in depth. You can also use a GraphQL backend to fetch data in higher-order components and render props, among other things.

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