I have the following :
"Create a view consisting of a list of battles. The list should be:
-filterable by attacker and /or defender country;
-searchable by country (eg. I search for italy, the list should display only battle with italy as defender or attacker)
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@leanjunio Additionally, props are meant more to inform the component on how to behave, whereas state has to do more with, well, the state of the application, ie things are likely to change as the user interacts with them.
A basic example of how props would be used where state is not would be if you create a button component that could be any color. Maybe you pass the color as a prop when creating a form. Not a great example but hopefully you get the idea :+1: