Assess your Front-end skills

Get started by selecting the front-end skills you'd like to be assessed.
I estimate it would take you between 40 - 60 steps (depending on your answers to my questions) in 10 - 16 minutes to Assess your Front-end skills.
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  • You are working on a component with an input element. While testing, you found that nothing happens when you try and set a value for the input element, it just stays blank.
    Have a look at the following code:
    What needs to be done to allow the input value to be updated by a user?
    1. Call setState in the handleChange event handler to update the email state variable

    2. In the handleChange function, remove all state to ensure that the render function gets executed again

    3. Use another library like jQuery for low level DOM manipulation

    4. In the render function, add a name parameter to the input element, otherwise the browser will ignore
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