Published on December 2, 2016 by LevelUpTuts
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In this React.js Tutorial, I show you how to convert a normal component into a functional stateless component.

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14 Comments on "React Tips #1 – How To Convert Components To Functional Stateless Components"

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GifCo
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GifCo
6 months 27 days ago

There was NO need to delete the curly brackets, yes it does work but you are best to keep them in unless the return is all on one line.on a side note you must have pissed a lot more people then just me. The comments section is a barren waste land and its no wonder. You still dont even answer comments when there are only 10 of them. You went down hill big time , pretty sad.

Crypto Chan
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Crypto Chan
11 months 23 days ago

LAMBDA

Patrick Krawczykowski
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Patrick Krawczykowski
1 year 8 days ago

You're getting children while passing props using cloneElement that way. I've always destructured the children away from the rest jsfiddle.net/g7zthmtk/

Jorge Mendieta
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Jorge Mendieta
1 year 9 days ago

Little question, what color scheme do you use in atom?

Cory Simmons
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Cory Simmons
1 year 10 days ago

<3 functional components. Not sure about the cloneElement refactor, but you can still remove semi-colons (you're already using Stylus and it's nice right?) and default export your function component directly (the filename still defines them).

Cory Simmons
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Cory Simmons
1 year 8 days ago

Patrick Krawczykowski import == const

Patrick Krawczykowski
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Patrick Krawczykowski
1 year 8 days ago

at declaration at least

Patrick Krawczykowski
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Patrick Krawczykowski
1 year 8 days ago

You cannot default export a constant though.

Kutsan Kaplan
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Kutsan Kaplan
1 year 11 days ago

Good job. I also would to like to see tip videos!

ophir raj
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ophir raj
1 year 11 days ago

Hello scott, do i get access to all tuts like css animations and react native etc, if i go for pro member for one month?Or should i buy those premium packages again?Reply soon bro.

Sumit Majumdar
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Sumit Majumdar
1 year 12 days ago

Hey Scott, I would like to see more of these short videos about performance enhancement, optimizations, and more. Thanks!

Benjamin B
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Benjamin B
1 year 12 days ago

More videos like that ! Top

ShmiRaf
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ShmiRaf
1 year 13 days ago

Hi,Good video. For me, this style is less readable and i will stay with components.

Patrick Metzdorf
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Patrick Metzdorf
1 year 13 days ago

They're all components, no matter if you write them as classes or functions. Moreover, Javascript classes are essentially just syntactical sugar around functions. If you are familiar with ES6 (and if you're using classes, you know some of it) , then arrow functions should become second nature to you as they are a very elegant way of writing functions in general and React components in particular. It's badass, yo!

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