React Class Components V.S Functional Components Using Hooks (Part I: Deep Dive Into React Hooks Series)

  • bulky (they usually take more code to write and are slower to compile)
  • A challenge to test and debug (the logic of the various lifecycle methods can get confusing)
  • A bit tricky (you must be intimately familiar with the keyword “this”)

useState( ) Hook

useEffect( ) Hook

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