4 Custom React Hooks Every Developer Should Know
My friends, if I had learned these 4 React hooks earlier, maybe I could have written more beautiful code.
They greatly improved my work efficiency and the scalability and readability of my code. You must want to learn them too?
In the past, I often wrote this style of code, and when the component was first rendered, I needed to send a request or do some other logic, probably like this.
That’s pretty simple, isn’t it? But it has one big disadvantage: The semantics are not clear enough, even if we pass in an empty array.
So we can customize a hook called
useMount to execute the callback function only when the component is first rendered.
When the component re-renders,
useMount does not execute again, great!