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JavaScript

Bartlomiej Zabielski
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Bartlomiej Zabielski
Courses Plus Student 10,363 Points

In Guest.js why are we removing the index parameter?

Inside Guest.js why do we write
handleNameEdits={e => props.setName(e.target.value)}

when we can just pass the handler down another level with setName={props.setName} the // line is meant to be commented below

<GuestName
  isEditing={props.isEditing} 
  // handleNameEdits={e => props.setName(e.target.value)} 
  setName={props.setName} > 
{props.name} 
  </GuestName>

then inside GuestName.js we write

onChange={e => props.setName(e.target.value)}

I don't have a strong understanding I kind of click buttons until it works S: would like to know why other way is better.