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You know those HTML components that show you some headers and let you expand the content underneath? Yeah! Let’s build one!
We create a collapsible panel component. You give it a title and a child and it will hide the child inside until you click the panel.
Recompiling and reloading our app manually will get tedious. We set up a nice development workflow with Figwheel so that we don’t have to do that. Every time we save our source code, the browser will reflect changes in the code without losing the state.
You know those lists that let you reorder stuff by dragging? Well, we make one of those.
We build a table. You can “expand” rows to reveal more detail about each of the visible rows.
This time we create a component that wraps an externally managed component. Specifically, we embed a CodeMirror editor right into the React-managed DOM, even though CodeMirror has no knowledge of React and manages its own DOM elements.