Getting started with React: Lifecycle Hooks

This blog is a part of the series ‘Getting started with React’.

In the last part, we covered the core concepts of react to get familiar with how the very basics of a react application work. A brief recap on what we learnt in the previous part:

  • The initial project structure for a react application
  • How our react code is hooked into plain…

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