There are 10 built-in hooks in React 16.8, but the most fundamental (and widely used) hooks are: useState()
Rather than forcing a separation based on lifecycle methods, hooks allow you to organise side effects in a component by what elements are connected (such as adding and removing a subscription). On a dedicated website, you may learn more about useEffect: Using the Effect Hook.
"Hooks don't substitute your knowledge of React ideas," notes the React manual. It's not about adding additional features or functions. It's all about finding new ways to use existing features. If you're new, you're probably still trying to figure out what Props, State, Refs, and Lifecycle mean.
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