22 Dec The ninth edition of our React newsletter!
By Juan Andrés
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Starting with React 16.0, components can return an array of elements. This simplifies the resulting HTML because there’s no need to add superfluous tags. The latest addition to React 16.2, developers can now make use of fragments.
Now render functions can include Fragments, which are written like this:
Learn more about fragments from the official docs here!
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