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Brenden Thornton 11h
Here's my latest blog post talking about the new React-Redux Hooks API and how to implement them into your current application. I recently used them for a group project I'm working on and they really are a joy to work with!
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Squirrely Phil Jun 15
That catch by Yordan sealed it for me. He’s here to stay. He may never win a Gold Glove, but he played that so much better than he did when he was in CC with the . He’s worked hard & made huge leaps defensively.
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NichoLA$ Drake 4h
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Nishchit Dhanani Jun 12
Small state then use useState, complex state then use useReduver Small state like JavaScript primitives (string, integer), complex state is like js object, array
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Patel Nishith Apr 13
Hi all, 👋 Here is the new article on my newsletter. Check it out!🧐
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Skills Matter 18h
It's not just talks at . We're looking forward to 's 'Design Patterns for State Management in & Typescript' workshop where we will learn how to design clean, reusable components!
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Herwin Rey Jun 14
that day came over finally, my first PR making use of this.calendarInput = React.createRef(); <3
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Canoe Cornwall 22h
Just teaching a few basic skills, the hats not mine!
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ScAnFrEaK (Essuron™) May 26
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Dustin Myers May 21
Something is coming... 👀😃🤩 +
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Jackpot Flexx Apr 24
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Stephen Jun 12
A question about testing hooks.... if you've a custom hook (A) that uses another custom hook (B), would you mock our the function of the hook B when testing A ?
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AllStackDeveloper 👨‍💻 Jun 7
Who wants to have a little more insight on and ? I want to start writing , "how to use toggle password visibility using javascript(vanila) and React Hook (useState and useReducer)." 🤓 let go there..
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Kris Russo 23h
That's a neat formula for a hook
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Giuseppe🇮🇹 May 6
If you're wondering what happens under the hood of this the stack of an app that im building to learn . I've put console.trace() inside one of my components ( DataLoader ) and this is the output. Holy shit!😐
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Jean Loureiro May 13
of . First look at . Looking forward to digging deeper into it.
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Farzad YZ Jun 15
gotcha. A hook's lifecycle is separate from the component it's being used in. That said, re-rendering a component on state change won't restart the hook. To restart the hook as well, the component needs to re-mount.
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Vivek Nayyar Jun 15
Mayuri talking about hooks at
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BeaverCreekGameCalls May 3
The weekend is almost here!
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Kieran Venison 20h
Friend showed me this the other day and its so nice for: 1. Getting used to 2. Getting some pretty cool recipes
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