Juan Cruz Martinez
Oct 13, 2023 ⋅ 6 min read

How and when to force a React component to re-render

Juan Cruz Martinez I'm an entrepreneur, developer, author, speaker, YouTuber, and doer of things.

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3 Replies to "How and when to force a React component to re-render"

  1. Thanks for this. It really helped me. I had the same problem where I assigned a variable a reference to the actual state object and that cause the component not to rerender.

  2. One of the best articles I have read on react because it cuts to the heart of the library. Amazing!!! Thank you and thank you LogRocker for facilitating great content 🙂

  3. I was stuck with issues for a few hours and as we all know how to react rendering is frowned upon. Will try to do it now using the manual method and see what happens!

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