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JavaScript React by Example Building the Application Building the GuestList Component

Wen Jie Lim
Wen Jie Lim
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The Atom package used in this video

I've been wondering what is the Atom package used in this video that actually understands JSX and the apostrophe (note how the apostrophe in 'Hide those who haven't responded' didn't screw up the rest of the code).

I'm currently using "language-javascript-jsx" package as recommended by some fellow Treehouse user in the previous video, but it doesn't fix the apostrophe as shown in this video.

Any idea on the Atom package?