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Seerat Awan
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React Custom Hook: useDidMountEffect

In React development, managing side effects is crucial to building efficient and responsive applications. While the built-in use effect hook is a powerful tool for handling side effects, there are cases where you may want to skip the effect during the initial render and only execute it on subsequent updates based on specific dependencies.

This is where the useDidMountEffect hook comes into play. This custom hook is designed to provide precise control over when side effects are executed, helping you optimize your React components and improve their performance.

Find out how to create it through this comprehensive guide ->

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