Building a responsive user interface with React JS
Next, we can use React JS to handle the logic of our application and update the UI accordingly. For example, we can use the
useState hook to manage the state of our application and the
useEffect hook to handle changes in state. This allows us to create a dynamic and responsive UI that updates in real-time as the user interacts with the application.
Finally, testing is important step to ensure that your responsive UI is working correctly across different screen sizes and devices. There are several tools and libraries available that can help with testing, such as Jest and Enzyme, which allow you to easily test your React components.
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