Chiamaka Umeh
Dec 12, 2023 ⋅ 3 min read

Why React doesn’t update state immediately

Chiamaka Umeh A frontend developer with a passion for designing highly-responsive user interfaces for JavaScript-based web and mobile apps using React and React Native.

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2 Replies to "Why React doesn’t update state immediately"

  1. Hi, I’m using classes, Parent and Child and trying to set a new state value after the DOM has loaded. I can see that you mention state does not update after setState() and kind of show how to get around that, but I feel your not providing a clear enough picture for us React nubes on how to force a state change to be recognized. I’ve been at for a few days and am a bit stumped. I just keep seeing the old value. Updates are firing and passing the old value back to the child class.

  2. Hi, okay state update will not happen immediately as it is asynchronous. Now what we can do to update state immediately.

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