React-Touch is a set of wrapper components that abstract out and provide you hooks into behaviours like dragging, holding, swiping, and custom motions, allowing you to manage touch interactions in a more declarative way. Mouse events are also supported by React-Touch. Here's an example of the API in action.
The primary goal of keys is to aid React in differentiating and distinguishing components from one another, hence improving efficiency when comparing the virtual and actual DOM. To use keys, simply place the prop within a li> element. The optimum value to assign to keys is a unique ID.
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HTTP moudule ka code hee nhi hai .
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The zip is empty
Ishwar Shankar Chavan
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Nitish Kumar Sharma
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May I know where is the source code please. and yes I am very happy to learn with you.
course is very very good but in source link not any type of css styling file when i extracted it then empty folder is shown module 4 topic is form added
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