React comes with several built-in props that can be used to customize and control the behavior of components. Here are some of the most commonly used props in React:
children: This is a special prop that allows you to pass child elements to a component. It can be accessed using
class: This prop is used to specify the CSS class name(s) that should be applied to a component.
style: This prop is used to set the inline styles for a component. It takes an object of CSS properties as its value.
onClick: This prop is used to specify a function that should be called when a component is clicked.
onChange: This prop is used to specify a function that should be called when the value of an input or form element changes.
disabled: This prop is used to disable a component such as a button or an input.
value: This prop is used to set the value of an input or form element.
id: This prop is used to set the HTML id attribute for a component.
aria-*: This is a set of props that are used to provide accessibility information for a component. For example, aria-label can be used to provide a label for a button that is read by screen readers.
data-*: This is a set of props that are used to attach custom data to a component. For example, data-testid can be used to set a unique identifier for testing purposes.
These are just a few of the many props that are available in React. The specific props that are available for a given component depend on its implementation.