There are some React APIs that we can reach for to improve performance and today, we’ll focus on two of the most misunderstood ones — React.memo and useMemo. Improving React application performance: React.memo vs useMemo
As a React developer, you’ve most likely come across situations where optimizing the performance of a component is necessary. There are certain cases where rendering a component might be so expensive that it uses up a lot of CPU resources and/or memory (i.e rendering a graph with thousands of data points).
Before we do this, however, it’s important to get a clear understanding of the concept of memoization and how it relates to these two APIs.
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