In this video, learn how to create a new component for selecting the color of the product that's based closely on one of the components you've already built.
- [Instructor] Comparing my index.html file … to my mock up, there's just one thing that's missing, … this color selector. … So, in this video, we're going to create … that ColorSelector component. … It's going to be very similar … to our SizeSelector. … Switching back over to my editor, … I'm going to jump down … to my ProductCustomizer … and I'm going to add my ColorSelector here. … Now of course with the SizeSelector I'm passing in the size … and the sizes but with colors … I want to pass in the color and the colors. … So, I'm going to select this … and I'm going to use Command + D … to select every instance following this one … of that word. … Many editors have this kind of multiple cursor editing … that will allow you to do something like this. … I'll just type color here … and that replaces all of them … and I can see it in action. … It's also undoable with Command + Z … and redoable with Shift + Command + Z. … Of course I need the value for colors here. … Just as we're doing with the sizes, …
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- Thinking about a design in terms of components
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Skill Level Intermediate
Essentials of CSS for React Developerswith Eric Greene53m 31s Beginner
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