Using Fragment for Cleaner JSX in React

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React Fragments allow you to return multiple elements from a component's render method without creating an additional DOM element. They help in wrapping up multiple elements, leading to a cleaner and more readable JSX.

Here is an example of its usage:

import React, { Fragment } from 'react'; function Component() { return ( <Fragment> <h1>Title</h1> <p>Description</p> </Fragment> ); }

As you can see, instead of a div or any other wrapper, we are using Fragment which doesn't add any extra nodes to the DOM. This results in a more optimized and efficient code.

You can also use the short syntax for Fragments:

function Component() { return ( <> <h1>Title</h1> <p>Description</p> </> ); }

This reduces clutter in your JSX and aids in making your code cleaner and easier to understand. Happy coding!

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