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How to put functional button on cards in react ?

How to put functional button on cards in react ?


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KFSys
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June 9, 2023

Heya @ca9aa8543ef8472cb226cc4661df64,

That’s a little bit vauge so the answer might not be exactly what you are looking for however if the answer is not what you are looking for please provide more information and we’ll try to give a more pinpoint information.

To put a functional button on a card in React, we’ll need to create a React component for the Card which includes a button. When this button is clicked, it will trigger a function.

Here’s a simple example:

import React from 'react';

class Card extends React.Component {
    handleClick = () => {
        alert('Button clicked!');
    }

    render() {
        return (
            <div className='card'>
                <h2>Card Title</h2>
                <p>Card Content</p>
                <button onClick={this.handleClick}>Click Me</button>
            </div>
        )
    }
}

export default Card;

In this example, we’ve defined a handleClick method that is called when the button is clicked. Currently, it just shows a simple alert, but you can replace it with any function you’d like.

Also, this is a class-based React component. If you’re using functional components with hooks, the equivalent would look like this:

import React from 'react';

const Card = () => {
    const handleClick = () => {
        alert('Button clicked!');
    }

    return (
        <div className='card'>
            <h2>Card Title</h2>
            <p>Card Content</p>
            <button onClick={handleClick}>Click Me</button>
        </div>
    );
}

export default Card;

In both cases, the onClick event listener is used to assign the handleClick function to the button’s click event. When the button is clicked, the handleClick function is called.

Make sure to style your card and button using CSS as per your requirements.

Remember, to use these components in another component, you should import them like so:

import Card from './Card';  // Adjust the path as necessary

You can then use the Card component like any other JSX tag:

<Card />

Again, I would like to point out that the answer is quite vague and it’s possible it’s not entirely what you were looking for. If that is the case, please provide more detailed information.

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