Today, we’ll have a look at how we can create dynamic filters in React : You enable or disable a certain filter, and the data updates instantly on your screen.
As I wrote recently, we’re dealing with more and more data . When this data enters our applications, we have to make it consumable for our users. Today, we’ll have a look at how we can create dynamic filters: You enable or disable a certain filter, and the data updates instantly on your screen.
Don’t be fooled by the simplicity of our demo application. We’ll set up a robust architecture that can be used for combinations of large amounts of data and filters. Our code will be flexible, dynamic, and maintainable.
I’ll try to guide you every step of the way, explaining all the ins and outs.
Let’s jump straight into it!
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