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Ryan

over 1 year ago

@Weronika That's the convention for when creating React components.

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Barry

almost 2 years ago

@Weronika In this case, there is no specific reason for it - it's likely just Scott's own preference. You can name and capitalise JS variables as you wish (you just gotta start them with a letter, not a number or symbol)

Weronika

almost 2 years ago

I've been wondering - why is Scott starting the names of the variables with a capital letter (UserContext, TitleReversed) ?

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