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Mar 14, 2023 ⋅ 5 min read

A deep dive into mutations in TanStack Query

Gapur Kassym I am a full-stack engineer and writer. I'm passionate about building excellent software that improves the lives of those around me. As a software engineer, I enjoy using my obsessive attention to detail and my unequivocal love for making things that change the world.

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One Reply to "A deep dive into mutations in TanStack Query"

  1. Even so it does not belong to the top topic but can we please stop using `useState()` for storing the value of an input field? This causes a re-render on every value change! Please use `useRef()` instead and read the value when submitting.

    Sorry for ranting but people new to React should learn best practices from the start and not when their projects catches fire because of bad performance 😉

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