FAQ: Advanced JSX - .map in JSX

This community-built FAQ covers the “.map in JSX” exercise from the lesson “Advanced JSX”.

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Learn ReactJS: Part I

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why not put the list tags in the array in the first place

const peopleLis

I’m not sure why but my list didn’t get rendered in the browser window in this exercise, is there a reason?
My below code did pass:

const people = ['Rowe', 'Prevost', 'Gare'];
const peopleLis = people.map(person =>
  // expression goes here:
  return <li>{person}</li>;
// ReactDOM.render goes here:
ReactDOM.render(<ul>{peopleLis}</ul>, document.getElementById('app'));

You must delete return keyword in peopleLis.