How to conditionally render components?
In React, components represent parts of the user interface. However, not all parts need to be visible all the time. Depending on the application’s state or props passed to a component, you might want to display or hide certain elements. This is where conditional rendering comes into play.
If the condition is true, `ComponentA` will be rendered; otherwise, `ComponentB` will be displayed.
- Logical && Operator: When you only want to render a component when a condition is true (and not render anything otherwise), the `&&` operator becomes handy:
Here, `ComponentA` will only be rendered if the condition is true.
- Higher Order Components (HOCs) or Render Props: For more advanced scenarios, especially when conditional rendering logic needs to be reused across multiple components, HOCs or render props might be used. These patterns allow for greater abstraction and reuse of conditional logic.