Because of the following reasons, it is never a good idea to change the state directly: If you alter it directly, executing setState() subsequently may just overwrite your changes. This is not changed when you directly update the state.
Event handlers, server responses, and prop modifications can all cause state to be modified. The setState() method is used to accomplish this. The setState() method enqueues all component state updates and tells React to re-render the component and its descendants with the modified state.
We can change the state without directly mutating it using setState(). As a result of the state change, the component will need to be re-rendered. However, we must exercise utmost caution when using it. When you don't use setState() correctly, you'll not only miss your aims, but you'll also have performance concerns.
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HTTP moudule ka code hee nhi hai .
Please provide Its most imp. thing in entire course.
The zip is empty
Ishwar Shankar Chavan
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Nitish Kumar Sharma
What madam is telling is difficult to understand please update your faculty.
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
please solve the issue for our practicing