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Shareable Custom Hooks in React

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Joe Previte
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8 lessons
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React 16.8 introduced Hooks like useState for using stateful logic in our function components, and useEffect for side effects previously only used in class-based components.

The React Team has given developers a way that simplifies using core features, but what's that mean for the code that you write?

In this course, you'll work through refactoring a component to use a custom hook and learn to apply the patterns used by the React team to your own code.

Follow the React Team's lead, and make your code more readable, reusable, and reasonable!

What you'll learn:

  • Custom React Hooks
  • Test React Hooks
  • npm

Course Content

30m • 8 lessons

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