A collection of React Hooks to use in your own Projects
About the Book
This pdf book contains in the first two parts extracts from the ReactJS documentation with some examples on what hooks are and how to use them. In the following parts the book contains a collection of Hooks for the reader to study, understand and play with them for learning purposes.
Each Hook comes with a short explanation and the codes to make them work or even create your own custom Hooks based on them.
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What is Hooks in React?
Hooks are a new addition in React 16.8. They let you use state and other React features without writing a class. Hooks are backwards-compatible. This pdf book provides an overview of Hooks and a collection of react hooks to be implemented in your projects.
A Hook is a special function that lets you “hook into” React features. For example, useState is a Hook that lets you add React state to function components. We'll learn other Hooks later.
Why do we use Hooks in React?
If the React community embraces the Hooks proposal, it will reduce the number of concepts you need to juggle when writing React applications. Hooks let you always use functions instead of having to constantly switch between functions, classes, higher-order components, and render props.
How hooks work in React?
What problems do React hooks solve?
If the React community embraces [hooks], it will reduce the number of concepts you need to juggle when writing React applications. Hooks let you always use functions instead of having to constantly switch between functions, classes, higher-order components, and render props.
Why React hooks are better than classes?
Easier to decouple logic from UI, making both more reusable. Using hooks, logic and UI are easier to separate. No need for HOC or render props. Hooks do it elegantly with less boilerplate and more intuitive compositions of UI and logic.
Should I learn React hooks or classes?
You should definitely start with hooks. With the addition of hooks, React has improved in many ways. Generally, hooks are known to be easier to read, write and therefore easier to maintain.
How long does it take to learn React Hooks?
In short, becoming proficient with the basics of React will take you between one and six months. The exact time to master React depends on your prior software development experience and the time you are willing to dedicate toward learning.
Should I learn React Hooks or Redux?
React Hooks is an exciting, non-breaking addition to React js that enables better functional component decomposition and code reuse. You should feel free to use Redux but you should have a justification to do so when you do. Redux has always been more architecture than the library, and unenforced tradition.
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- Effect Hook
- Rules of Hooks
- Building Your Own Hooks
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