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What are React Hooks?

Hooks are functions that let you “hook into” React state and lifecycle features from function components.

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Well done! You’ve written your first function component. Here’s a recap:

  • Function components are React components defined as JavaScript functions
  • Function components must return JSX
  • Function components may accept a props parameter. Expect it to be a JavaScript object

Although function components and class components can do the same things, you’ll see a lot of function components in the React documentation and example apps. Some developers prefer them over class components for their simplicity and straightforward features, like Hooks, which you’ll learn later in your coding journey.

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Well done! You’ve written your first function component. Here’s a recap:

  • Function components are React components defined as JavaScript functions
  • Function components must return JSX
  • Function components may accept a props parameter. Expect it to be a JavaScript object

Although function components and class components can do the same things, you’ll see a lot of function components in the React documentation and example apps. Some developers prefer them over class components for their simplicity and straightforward features, like Hooks, which you’ll learn later in your coding journey.

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React offers a number of built-in Hooks. A few of these include useState()useEffect()useContext()useReducer(), and useRef().

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