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re: Simple search form in REACT using hooks 🔎. VIEW POST

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Got it, I'm learning a lot about React from this conversation. Thank you for the link :')

Hi Alex.. Can you make a component in react functional hooks which has sort, filter & search feature using your method?

The final result should be a single element which can be mapped to show the cards accordingly and It should not alter the existing data in the array but re-arrange/show accordingly.

I have a sample data as below:
const data = [
{
_id: "dress1",
image: "/images/fans.jpg",
title: "shirt",
description:
"This is for all the latest trends, no matter who you are, where you’re from and what
you’re up to. Exclusive to ASOS, our universal brand is here for you, and comes in all our fit ranges: ASOS Curve, Tall, Petite and Maternity. Created by us, styled by you.",
availableSizes: ["X", "L", "XL", "XXL"],
price: 29.9584
},
{
_id: "dress2",
image: "/images/mcb.jpg",
title: "Pants",
description:
"This is for all the latest trends, no matter who you are, where you’re from and what you’re up to. Exclusive to ASOS, our universal brand is here for you, and comes in all our fit ranges: ASOS Curve, Tall, Petite and Maternity. Created by us, styled by you.",
availableSizes: ["X", "M", "L"],
price: 18.78
}];

i m facing problem this type data filterting

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