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“Hooks are a new addition to React in version 16.8 that allows you to use state and other React features, like lifecycle methods, without writing a class.” ... Hooks let you always use functions instead of having to constantly switch between functions, classes, higher-order components, and render props.
React Hooks EASY
This blog covers the concept of React hooks, the rules to consider while using hooks, different state variables, basic and custom hooks.
Hooks at glance
This article delivers all the information you need to understand Hooks in ReactJs. We have covered the bare Hooks and also how we can create our custom-built Hooks.
Using the Effect Hook
This article describes what Effect hooks are and how we can use them in our applications. We have also briefly covered the two types of effects and a few tips about using them.
Rules of Hooks
This article contains a discussion around the rules of Hooks, a brief introduction to the ESLint plugin and why they came into existence, and finally some frequently asked questions.
Build Your Own Custom Hooks EASY
This article contains information on React Hooks and Custom Hooks in React.
Hooks API Reference
This article describes first with the introduction of hooks. Then proceed to basic hooks, useEffect, use context, and at last, some additional hooks.
useRef hook in React
In this article, you’ll learn what a useRef hook is and how to use it in the best possible way.
useMemo hook in React
In this article, we will explore the useMemo hook and how it can be leveraged to boost performance in our application.
Learn How to use React Js useCallback() hook
In this blog, you will learn about the useCallback hook in ReactJS with the help of some use cases. Read the following blog to understand it in detail
Frequently Asked Questions about Hooks
This article covers the 25 top most frequently asked questions on Hooks. It is a small guide for young developers to know all about React Hooks and how they can use it in their applications.