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If you click on any Square, an X should show up. When you call setState in a component, React automatically updates the child components inside of it too. The React DevTools let you check the props and the state of your React components.
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In the new tab that opens, the devtools should now have a React tab. Completing the Game We now have the basic building blocks for our tic-tac-toe game.
Although this approach is possible in React, we discourage it because the code becomes difficult to understand, susceptible to bugs, and hard to refactor. The Board component can tell each Square what to display by passing a prop, just like we did when we passed a number to each Square.
To collect data from multiple children, or to have two child components communicate with each other, you need to declare the shared state in their parent component instead. The parent component can pass the state back down to the children by using props; this keeps the child components in sync with each other and with the parent component.
This is why Square currently ignores the value prop passed to it by the Board. We will now use the prop passing mechanism again. We will modify the Board to instruct each individual Square about its current value 'X', 'O', or null.
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Next, we need to change what happens when a Square is clicked. The Board component now maintains which squares are filled. The onClick prop is a function that Square can call when clicked. This event handler calls this.
We have not defined the handleClick method yet, so our code crashes. For custom components like Square, the naming is up to you.
However, now the state is stored in the Board component instead of the individual Square components. Keeping the state of all squares in the Board component will allow it to determine the winner in the future.
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Show details. Get information from visitors, help shoppers download goods, and let members post their thoughts. In React terms, the Square components are now controlled components. We have not defined the handleClick method yet, so our code crashes.