FAQ: React Programming Patterns - Render Presentational Components in Container Component

This community-built FAQ covers the "Render Presentational Components in Container Component " exercise from the lesson “React Programming Patterns”.

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On Step 5/6, if you are sure your code is correct, but it is still not passing, it is because you need to remove the space after the last prop.

Really these tests should be written to accept both answers, and not get hung up on a space or the lack thereof. The space is not really the important part here, at all. Most linters/formatters will fix this anyway.

// This will pass
<GuineaPigsSlideShow src={src} isFavorite={currentGP === favoriteGP}/>
<GuineaPigsForm favoriteGP={favoriteGP} onSelectFavorite={favoriteChangeHandler} onResetFavorite={resetFavoriteHandler}/>
// This will not
<GuineaPigsSlideShow src={src} isFavorite={currentGP === favoriteGP} />
<GuineaPigsForm favoriteGP={favoriteGP} onSelectFavorite={favoriteChangeHandler} onResetFavorite={resetFavoriteHandler} />