Hello ReactJS Friends,

In today’s blog, you will get an idea about Conditional Rendering in ReactJS.

ReactJS Conditional Rendering

In react, you can redesign components based on your condition.

Conditional rendering in React works the same way conditions work in JavaScript. Use JavaScript operators like “if” or conditional operators like “&&” and “? :” to create elements representing the current state, and let React update the UI to match them.

There are several ways to conditionally render components in ReactJS.

IF Statement

We can create components that display whether tasks are completed or not.

Inline If with Logical && Operator 

This includes the javascript logical && operator. It can be handy for conditionally including an element

Inline If-Else with Conditional Operator 

Another method for conditionally rendering elements inline is to use the JavaScript conditional operator condition ? true : false.

In the example below, we use it to conditionally render a small block of text.


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