In this project, let’s build a Cash Withdrawal app by applying the concepts we have learned till now.

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cash withdrawal

Design Files

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Set Up Instructions

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  • Download dependencies by running npm install
  • Start up the app using npm start

Completion Instructions

Functionality to be added

The app must have the following functionalities

  • Initially, the balance should be 2000 rupees

  • When a denomination is clicked, then the respective value should be deducted from the balance available

  • The CashWithdrawal component receives the denominationsList as a prop. It consists of a list of denomination objects with the following properties in each denomination object

    Key Data Type
    id Number
    value Number
Components Structure

cash withdrawal component structure

Implementation Files

Use these files to complete the implementation:

  • src/components/CashWithdrawal/index.js
  • src/components/CashWithdrawal/index.css
  • src/components/DenominationItem/index.js
  • src/components/DenominationItem/index.css

Quick Tips

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  • The string method slice() extracts a section of a string and returns it as a new string, without modifying the original string

    const text = "The quick brown fox";
    console.log(text.slice(0, 3)); // The
    console.log(text.slice(2, 3)); // e
  • You can use the cursor CSS property to specify the mouse cursor to be displayed when pointing over an element

      cursor: pointer;

    cursor pointer

  • You can use the below outline CSS property for buttons and input elements to remove the highlighting when the elements are clicked

      outline: none;



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Things to Keep in Mind

  • All components you implement should go in the src/components directory.
  • Don’t change the component folder names as those are the files being imported into the tests.
  • Do not remove the pre-filled code
  • Want to quickly review some of the concepts you’ve been learning? Take a look at the Cheat Sheets.


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