FAQ: React Programming Patterns - Review

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Create a Front-End App with React
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Front-End Development
Front-End Development

Learn React
Learn React: State Management

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H! Currently, I’m on the Full-Stack Engineer track (the course “React, Part II”) and have passed this project tasks, but during the project, I’ve noticed the usage of useState() function, I can’t recall whether we went through that concept previously, but in Review it is shown as if it had been taught already:

  • Created a function that calls the state setter method provided by useState().

Have I missed it, or will it be taught on the track later?

I am doing the Front End path and I have the exact same issue. I felt very lost and constantly having to google what was what, since states and hooks haven’t yet been explained through the course!

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