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In an extensive React application, excessive or unnecessary re-renders are common. This article addresses instances of excessive re-rendering in React applications and provides several ways to avoid them. It is written for readers with a basic understanding of React fundamentals and React Hooks.
Dependency injection is a form of inversion of control. This means that a component’s dependencies are not part of a component’s internals, they are defined at the public-facing seam, or interface, of the component.
React server components could be a potential game-changer for an already dominant JS ecosystem as it attempts to bring React to the server powered by a Node JS backend.
A few practical React exercises with detailed solutions for real-world use cases.
React.useRef() is a hook that creates mutable values persisted between component renderings and references DOM elements. In this post, you’ll learn how useRef() and refs work in React.