React filter documentation has landed!

Sam Ruby Sam Ruby on January 6, 2021

While filters can do one-for-one transformations, they can also do much more. The react filter will, for example, do the following:

  • Support three different syntaxes for HTML, one based on JSX, one involving direct calls to React.createElement, and finally one based on Wunderbar

  • Unifying all of the mechanisms to initialize, reference, and update state with assignments and references to instance variables.

  • Automatically bind all event handlers.

  • Eliminate the need to create event handlers for controlled components.

In addition to the documentation, a downloadable version of the demos is provided, enabling you to be up and running in seconds!