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I was wondering what practises are available out there to transform a Confluence Cloud API call, say to fetch a specific page's content, into a React component. Basically:
I have played around with the `xml-js` library, but its implementation is quite messy. I was wondering if perhaps there was something better out there.
The process of using the Confluence API in a React component should be similar to using any other API with React. The React documentation has some great info and details: React - AJAX and APIs.
As for parsing the page content, you could try just using .match() and regex. This StackOverflow post also has a pretty good suggestion to turn the JSON response string into an HTML DOM element, which you can then parse with .querySelector() (or .querySelectorAll()) to find whatever elements you're looking for.
I hope this helps!