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Forms are fundamental in any web application. You need to be able to collect data and put it into your back-end and database. React is no different, so let's take a look at how we should handle forms using React. Now, this is a super basic form with just one input and one button. The question is, how do you handle a form and its data? The first thing you need to do is to prevent the default action of the form when it is submitted. In React, you can do this with the onSubmit event. You can handle the onSubmit event with a method called handle submit. To get the data from the form, you have a few different options. In this example, we will use a constructor to set the initial state of the form. We will set the state of the input field with a name attribute of "full name" to null. To bind the input field with the state, we will use the onChange event. Whenever the input field changes, the handle input change method will be called. In the handle input change method, we can access the value of the input field using event.target.value. Since we want to handle multiple input fields, we can use event.target.name as the key in our state object. This allows us to dynamically change the state based on the input field that is being changed. To update the state, we can use the setState method and pass in an object with the key-value pair of the input field name and its value. Now, when we enter a value in the input field, we can see that the state is updated and the value is rendered on the page. This data binding in React allows us to easily handle and manipulate form...