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- How hooks work
How hooks work
#434 – November 27, 2023
Hooks were introduced in React v16.8.0, and since then they changed the way React apps were written. Before them, we used to create class component for anything involving state or lifecycle logic. Hooks made function component the new defacto of writing react apps.
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