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Update React Component State Based on External DOM Events

Most of the time, your components respond to events that occur within the component tree by defining their own handler or by accepting a handler defined by a parent component via props. Sometimes, this isn't enough. In this lesson, we'll rely on lifecycle hooks and good old fashioned DOM events to update state in a React component in response to an event that occurs outside of the component tree.

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