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Hussain Arif
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May 4, 2022 ⋅ 5 min read

How to solve the React useEffect Hook’s infinite loop patterns

Hussain Arif Hussain is a CS student in Pakistan whose biggest interest is learning and teaching programming to make the world a better place.

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3 Replies to "How to solve the React <code>useEffect</code> Hook’s infinite loop patterns"

  1. Thanks for the material! I saw an explanation of the name of the useEffect hook in the documentation on hooks. The full name of the hook was “use side effect”, which more accurately explains its purpose – a place for code with side effects. That is, this hook is designed to modify anything outside of the method itself. For example, states. So data loading and modification of states is a good example of usingEffect.

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