You have a GroceryApp class, which receives a list of products, each one with name and votes. The app should render an unordered list, with a list item for each product. Products can be upvoted or downvoted.

By appropriately using React state and props, implement the upvote/downvote logic. Keep the state in the topmost component, while the Product component should accept props.

For example, passing the following array as products prop to GroceryApp [{ name: "Oranges", votes: 0 }, { name: "Bananas", votes: 0 }] and clicking the '+' button next to the Oranges should result in HTML like:

<div id="root">
  <ul>
    <li>
      <span>Oranges</span> - <span>votes: 1</span><button>+</button> <button>-</button>
    </li>
    <li>
      <span>Bananas</span> - <span>votes: 0</span><button>+</button> <button>-</button>
    </li>
  </ul>
</div>
HTML5, CSS3, React v16  
 

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  •   Clicking on "-" button decreases product votes: Wrong answer

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React Components Managing state Public New
Hard

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