We’ll first start by understanding the methods and tricks used to convert strings to integer and float numbers, or array of numbers and finally see practical examples with simple React, React Hooks and Vue.JS apps.
When passing React props to components, which expect numeral values, in the way we assign regular HTML properties i.e using the " quotes, string to number conversion is one of the possible ways we pass the accurate values besides using prop types or passing props via curly braces. We'll see that by example later in the article.
React hooks tutorial for beginners, learn React hooks step by step: Introduction, useState Hook, useState with previous state, useState with object, useState with array, useEffect Hook, useEffect after render, Conditionally run effects, Run effects only once, useEffect with cleanup, useEffect with incorrect dependency, Fetching data with useEffect, useContext Hook, useReducer Hook, useReducer, Multiple useReducers, useReducer with useContext, Fetching data with useReducer, useState vs useReducer, useCallback Hook, useMemo Hook, useRef Hook
Hooks are a new addition in React 16.8. They let you use state and other React features without writing a class. This new function useState is the first “Hook” we’ll learn about, but this example is just a teaser. Don’t worry if it doesn’t make sense yet!
A gentle introduction into the three basic, and debatably most important, React.js hooks.
What are the differences? Do they each have specific use contexts?