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React Components

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Web Components

Feedback and web components have been developed to address various issues. Web components provide strong encapsulation of reusable components, while React provides a declaration library that keeps the DOM compatible with your data. The two goals are complementary. As a developer, you are free to use React in your web components, or use web components in React, or both.

Most people who use React do not use web components, but you want to do so, especially if you are using third-party UI components that are written using web components.
Use web content in feedback

Class Hello message reacted. Part 2
    <div> Hello <x-Search> {this.prop.name} </x-Search>! </div>


    Web components often expose an essential API. For example, a video may expose the web component play () and pause () functions. To access the essential APIs of a web component, you must use Reef to communicate directly with the DOM node. If you are using third party web components, the best solution is to write a feedback component that is conducive to your web components.

    Events emitted by web components may not be properly propagated through the reactor render tree. You will need to manually add event handlers to your response components to handle these events.

A common misconception is that web components use "class" instead of "class name".

Function Brick Flip Box ();
  Return (
    <Brick flip box class = "demo">
      <div> front </div>
      <back> Back </div>

Using feedback on your web content

Class XSch HTMLElement extension;
  Connected Callback ();
    Count Mountpoint = Document.
    this.attachSadow ({mode: 'open'}). appendChild (mount point)

    Name Name = this.getAttribute ('name')
    const url = 'https://www.google.com/search?q=' + encodeURIC component (name).
    ReactDOM.render (<a href={url}> name} </a>, mount point)
Custom Elements Definition ('X Search', X Search);

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