Design for Mobile First

Always Design for Mobile First
Mobile First means designing for mobile before designing for desktop or any other device (This will make the page display faster on smaller devices).
This means that we must make some changes in our CSS.
Instead of changing styles when the width gets smaller than 768px, we should change the design when the width gets larger than 768px. This will make our design Mobile First:


Documentation and examples for showing pagination to indicate a series of related content exists across multiple pages. 0920198622


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What Are We Building?

In this tutorial, we’ll show how to build an interactive tic-tac-toe game with React.
You can see what we’ll be building here: Final Result. If the code doesn’t make sense to you, or if you are unfamiliar with the code’s syntax, don’t worry! The goal of this tutorial is to help you understand React and its syntax.
We recommend that you check out the tic-tac-toe game before continuing with the tutorial. One of the features that you’ll notice is that there is a numbered list to the right of the game’s board. This list gives you a history of all of the moves that have occurred in the game, and it is updated as the game progresses.
You can close the tic-tac-toe game once you’re familiar with it. We’ll be starting from a simpler template in this tutorial. Our next step is to set you up so that you can start building the game. 0920198622

Handling Events

Handling events with React elements is very similar to handling events on DOM elements. There are some syntax differences:
React events are named using camelCase, rather than lowercase.
With JSX you pass a function as the event handler, rather than a string.


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