A supplementary to my GitHub API video, this video showcases how to set up your local data, import it in React, and display it. We use the useState Hook for this, and it is therefore good practice.
Subscribe here: https://bit.ly/3qsAsNC A supplementary to my GitHub API video, this video showcases how to set up your local data, import it in React, and display it. We use the useState Hook for this, and it is therefore good practice. Remember to like the video ans Subscribe so that you don't miss anything.
PS: I ramble a bit at the end...
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