“To Err is Human, to Really screw things up requires a computer”
Oh, how true. While React seems conceptually simple, it deals with a state model that requires us to hold multiple state machines in our head. It is all too easy to put state in various places and really screw it up — and then you get to figure out why.
In creating a story app for my kids — I ran into an interesting issue.
It worked just fine through out a single story — but I wasn’t able to reset the story through the parent component.
Looks great — but the last screen…. is the end of another book.
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In this post, I will share my own point of view about React Hooks, and as the title of this post implies, I am not a big fan.
In this article, you will learn what are hooks in React JS? and when to use react hooks? Also, we will see the react hooks example.
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