When working with React JS, there are several file extensions to consider: .js, .jsx, .ts, and .tsx. Each file extension has its own strengths and weaknesses, and which one to use depends on your specific needs and preferences.
Here is a brief overview of each file extension:
Ultimately, the choice of file extension comes down to personal preference and the needs of your project. It’s worth noting that regardless of which file extension you use, you can still use the same React API and build similar UI components.