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Jan 7, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Avoiding common mistakes in React Hooks

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One Reply to "Avoiding common mistakes in React Hooks"

  1. In the section about “Using onClick to trigger navigation,” it’s not very clear what is. I know that is from React Router, and that Gatsby and Next also provide similar components, but it’s probably worth mentioning that in that scenario would be a custom React component that uses an under the hood.

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