React Lifecycle

In React applications, we use components to split and isolate different parts of the web user interface into individual pieces. These pieces act independently and use a render function to return React elements in JSX. These elements describe how that section should be displayed to the user.

Each component has several “lifecycle methods” that we can override to run code at particular times in the process. It is very similar to our natural lifecycle: we are born, we grow and eventually we die. React components are created by being mounted onto the DOM, they change or grow through updates, and…

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