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May 24, 2021 ⋅ 12 min read

useState vs. useRef: Similarities, differences, and use cases

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One Reply to "<code>useState</code> vs. <code>useRef</code>: Similarities, differences, and use cases"

  1. Don’t use:
    `App ${darkMode && “dark-mode”}`
    As it will result with an “App false” class, if dark mode is disabled.

    Instead, use:
    `App ${darkMode && “dark-mode” || “”}`
    or
    `App ${darkMode ? “dark-mode” : “”}`
    to generate “App ” as the class when dark mode is disabled.

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