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  • Effects and Reducer

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In React 16.8, hooks are a brand-new feature. They make it possible to use state and other React capabilities without having to create a class. Hooks can be used in both directions.

Hooks improve React by allowing you to write simpler code that accomplishes identical functionality more quickly and effectively. Without developing classes, you can implement React state and lifecycle methods. The code examples below show how to use React class and functional components.

Redux and React Hooks should be viewed as both complementary and dissimilar. While you can handle the global state with the new React Hooks additions, useContext and useReducer, in projects with more complexity, you can rely on Redux to assist you manage the application data.

  • statewide hook Let's get started with React's useState Hook.
  • Hook Effect Understanding how the Use Effect Hook works is one of the most important fundamentals for comprehending React today.
  • Context Hook.

Hooks offer React functional components more power, allowing them to be used to build a whole application. The aforementioned class component issues are intertwined, and resolving one without addressing the others may result in new issues.

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