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React 16 Tooling by Adam Boduch

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Searching for React elements

When your application gets bigger, traversing elements on the page or in the element tree in the React Developer Tools panel doesn't work so well. You need a way to search for React elements. Luckily, there's a search box located right above the element tree:

As you type in the search box, elements are filtered in the element tree below. As you can see, the matching text is also highlighted. The search only matches against the name of the element, which means that searching will not help you if you need to filter down from 100 of the same type of element. However, even in these cases, searching can remove everything ...

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