FAQ: this.props - Pass `props` to a Component

This community-built FAQ covers the “Pass props to a Component” exercise from the lesson “this.props”.

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Web Development

Learn ReactJS: Part I

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hi there please , what’s the importance to pass information to a React component.

Why does this example print the curly brackets? I removed them and it just prints the word, so the brackets access the value, but why do they themselves print?

Can someone quick explain the reason for assign a prop => React.render(’)? I can only see it being used if your exporting componets but I dont know