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In this post, I want to share two different techniques. They’re surprisingly basic, which is why people rarely realize they improve rendering performance. These techniques are complementary to what you already know! They don’t replace memo or useMemo, but they’re often good to try first.
We have specified an empty array as a dependency to the useEffect React hook. So we have ensured that the fetch request happens only once. But this component is still prone to race conditions and memory leaks. How?
The quest for the ideal React state management is one of the most discussed topics in the React community. If you look around, you will often come across the following question: How do I manage my state in React?
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