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In this video, we'll learn how to implement a file upload feature in a React JS application using Node JS as the backend. File uploading is a common requirement for many web applications, and React JS provides an easy way to build a user-friendly UI for it. We'll start by creating a simple React component that allows users to select files from their local machine and display them in the browser. Then, we'll use Axios, a popular HTTP library, to send the selected file to the Node JS server.
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