score:170

Accepted answer
Boolean Value: { ipsumText.toString() }

or

Boolean Value: { String(ipsumText) }

or

Boolean Value: { '' + ipsumText }

or

{`Boolean Value: ${ipsumText}`}

or

Boolean Value: { JSON.stringify(ipsumText) }

I prefer the second option. Universal, fast, works for all primitive types: Boolean( smth ), Number( smth ).

score:-1

<select>
    <option value={row.feature_product ? true: true || row.feature_product ? false: false}>
    {`${row.feature_product}`}
    </option>
    <option value={row.feature_product ? false: true || row.feature_product ? true: false}>
    {`${row.feature_product ? false: true}` || `${row.feature_product ? true: false}`}
    </option>
</select>

score:2

You can convert boolean value to string, concatenating it with empty string:

var ipsumText = true;

ReactDOM.render(
  <div>
     Boolean Value: {ipsumText + ''}
  </div>,
  document.getElementById('impl')
);

Or you can do it, when assigning bool value to variable:

var ipsumText = true + '';

ReactDOM.render(
  <div>
     Boolean Value: {ipsumText}
  </div>,
  document.getElementById('impl')
);

If your variable can have not boolean value, you should convert it to boolean:

// `ipsumText` variable is `true` now.
var ipsumText = !!'text';

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