uncleAndyChen and timdorr 1. src/components/MainSection.js (#3211)
get the Warning: Failed prop type: You provided a `checked` prop to a form field without an `onChange` handler. This will render a read-only field.

line 12, input set readOnly

2. src/components/TodoTextInput.js
get the Warning: Received the string `true` for the boolean attribute `autoFocus`. Although this works, it will not work as expected if you pass the string "false". Did you mean autoFocus={true}?

line 47, modify `autoFocus="true“` to `autoFocus={true}`
Latest commit 456cdbb Nov 10, 2018


Redux TodoMVC Example

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