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Luke Denton
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Jul 21, 2021 ⋅ 10 min read

Implementing scroll restoration in ecommerce React apps

Luke Denton A software engineer at Aligent Consulting with a passion for writing accessible code. I create React JS e-commerce sites every day, while taking on a leadership and mentoring role for the rest of the developers in the company.

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2 Replies to "Implementing scroll restoration in ecommerce React apps"

  1. Great article. Thank you very much. It helped a lot.
    It could be better if you had mentioned the `useRef` hook in the code.

  2. Great article, thanks a lot! Also add to the request of useRef mention, had to search for it in github repo 🙂

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