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React Components Rendering

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/composing-components at the minute 2:36 what did guil mean by

"ReactDOM.render usually renders your top level element into the DOM."

Thanks in Advancr :)

1 Answer

Tareq Alothman
Tareq Alothman
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What he meant is that you should have one top level component that you send to ReactDOM to render it. In the video, he created the top level component to be "App". Inside it, he will compose all the other components.

Hope this explains it :)

yeah i got it thanks :)