React-hooks Resources

Showing the most recent resources. The latest one is from 2019-05-08.
  • It explains how to add a redux thunk type functionality using react's useReducer hook and configuring it with redux dev tools.
    Article  Added by nishanBende // // 9 months ago
  • With the release of Hooks, building applications in React and managing the local state of its components is now easier, more straightforward and concise. Check out our list of articles explaining Hooks in more detail and learn how to apply them using KendoReact components.
    Tutorial  Added by emididam // // 9 months ago
  • Hooks are a way to reuse logic across applications. You write a specific behavior (logic) and “hook” it into any component. This component now can use this logic normally. While React definitely has alternatives for the reuse of logic, we have seen that it is suboptimal – particularly for composition (multiple logics being added to a single component can become too verbose, too hard to debug and too similar to callback hell).
    Tutorial  Added by DerekButter // // 7 months ago
  • In this lesson, we’ll cover React state, how it works, and how we can use the useState Hook to build a simple dice rolling app. Let’s begin!
    Tutorial  Added by upmostly // // 7 months ago
  • React is one of the most popular JavaScript libraries for building user interfaces. To build an application using React, you just need to build encapsulated components that can contain their own state. Your application should basically be a collection of composable React components which can be reused multiple times.
    Tutorial  Added by derekbutter // // 7 months ago
  • A thorough step-by-step guide for learning the basic and advanced React Hooks (state, effects, context, and reducers).
    Article  Added by emididam // // 5 months ago
  • Get started with React Hooks by building two apps - Simple temperature app & Drag-drop application and understanding the difference from React classes.
    Article  Added by vtnetzwelt // // 5 months ago