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Published on Sep 18, 2019
React hooks offer a better way to add state and side effects to your components, and the built in hooks can be composed and combined to create rich, shareable interactions and behaviours. You may already know how and when to use `useState()` or `useEffect()`, but what about `useImperativeHandle()`? How about `useLayoutEffect()` or `useDebugValue()`? Join us as we dive into the lesser known React hooks what they do and when to use them.