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Hi,
I am new with react and i need help.
I created a element class that use in props. so when i want to call this element is can do it like that:
<product />
and then use in name (props.name) as parameter in the class element(http get request).
As I am understand i must to write this in "index.js":
ReactDOM.render(
    <Productslist name = "asdsadd" />,
    document.getElementById('pl')
);


and when i want i can call it from html files.
But, i want to give diffrent "name" to each element. So how can i do that?

What I have tried:

ReactDOM.render(
    ,
    document.getElementById('pl')
);
Posted
Updated 15-Nov-17 21:15pm
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Karthik_Mahalingam 16-Nov-17 1:45am
   
not clear
Use Improve question to add more info to the question.

attributes will have '=' sign
Tzuriely 16-Nov-17 3:16am
   
More clear now?
Karthik_Mahalingam 16-Nov-17 4:30am
   
what is the issue?
Tzuriely 16-Nov-17 5:01am
   
If i call to react element from html file and want to add parameters how can I do that, because when I try <exmaple name="bla" /> its now work

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