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Avoid These Common Pitfalls Of React useState

#387 – December 19, 2022

useState is the easiest and most common React hook. But so are some of its problems. Become aware of them and use the exercises on this page to improve your own code.

An average software team deploys between once per week and once per month. But why stop there? What if you can deliver more value to your customer more frequently? Here’s a practical guide to show you how to go from deploying once a day to a hundred times a day. Learn what measurements, development practices, communication and cultural changes are needed to get there.

At Airbnb, we made it a goal to unify our visualization stack across the company and in the process, we created a new project that brings together the power of D3 with the joy of React.

Material UI for React, also called MUI, does not come with a native CrossFade component for transitioning with a cross fade animation between two or more components.

What is the difference? Why does the second example cause the infinite loop?

What is Strict Mode in React 18 and how to use it to find and fix bugs in your React application.

And that's a wrap for 2022. We'll take a break over the holidays and I'll get in touch on the second Monday of January 2023.

Merry Christmas! πŸŽ…πŸ»πŸŽ„

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