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What is the difference between using a key in an imported JSX tag and writing out the full code?

asked 2021-12-14 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2021-05-27 15:00:00 +0000

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When rendering lists of JSX elements dynamically, it is important to provide a unique "key" prop to each element. The key prop helps React to identify each element and optimize the rendering performance.

Using a key in an imported JSX tag allows us to provide a unique key prop without having to write out the full JSX code for each element. This can be useful when rendering many similar elements that only differ slightly in their content or props.

Writing out the full JSX code for each element allows us to have more control over the properties and content of each element. This can be useful when rendering elements that have more complex or unique content.

In short, using a key in an imported JSX tag provides a more efficient way to render lists of similar elements, while writing out the full JSX code allows for more control and flexibility in rendering each individual element.

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