First, just use React 🙂 You will notice bugs, pain points, etc.
Then, I encourage you to try helping people in the Issues section. A lot of those are just support requests or misunderstandings, but some are legitimate bugs. Even helping verify those bugs and creating minimal reproducing examples is a hugely valuable contribution. Answering React questions on StackOverflow is also a great contribution and grows your experience with the library.
Finally, keep track of the "good first issue" label in the repository. We use them to tag issues that we think are good entry points into helping with React.
I hope it helps!
Awesome! Thanks, will do.
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