Single Responsibility with React Components

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    Although I did not immediately see the usefulness of React when I started learning the syntax three weeks ago, I've since come to understand why it has become the most popular javascript framework to date. This was cemented during the Phase 2 project, in which our group was able to follow the principles of Thinking in React by sketching out a component hierarchy, dividing up the components, and assigning each person to develop a different component. Even with relatively little experience in software architecture and programming workflows we were able to work in parallel on a somewhat complex assignment, each completing a functional piece of the website with minimal discussion of our organizational strategy or principles of design. We operated as a team based on design principles that, if we're being honest, we likely aren't even fully aware of, because these principles are inherent to the way that React functions. And that's pretty remarkable, if you ask me!

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    A declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

    Three weeks ago I began learning the JavaScript React framework.

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