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Rafael Quintanilha
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Jun 3, 2020 ⋅ 7 min read

The post-Hooks guide to React call order

Rafael Quintanilha Rafael Quintanilha is a frontend engineer focused on developing intuitive and accessible interfaces with React. You can read Rafael's articles on rafaelquintanilha.com, a blog where he talks about technology, web development, mathematics, and whatever comes to his mind.

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3 Replies to "The post-Hooks guide to React call order"

  1. Some of the App components in the Basics section have mistakenly used ‘render’ instead of the ‘return’ keyword. I’m assuming just a typo – great contents from the Log Rocket blog as always.

    1. Thanks for reading the LogRocket blog, and for letting us know about the typo. We’ve just fixed it.

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