Identifying and building reusable React components

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Reddit user raks99832 asked, “How do you go about identifying and building reusable components in React?” I’ll discuss my learnings and strategies for tackling this common problem space.

The easiest identifier for a re-usable component is “whenever logic is being re-used.” If I’m using component logic in one place and am needing that same component logic in another place, I…

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