The most out of useState by using TypeScript for autocompletion and error catching. I feel like TypeScript really unlocks the potential of React Hooks. Using TypeScript with React Hooks just feels right. Learn how the React useState Hook Works in TypeScript.
I feel like TypeScript really unlocks the potential of React Hooks. Using TypeScript with React Hooks just feels right. It unlocks highly accurate autocompletion as well as the ability to catch errors before they happen. We are about to learn what a perfect match React Hooks and TypeScript are for each other via some examples.
Before we get into these examples I would like to go into some more detail about how the useState hook works with TypeScript (the ins and outs of it so to speak).
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