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Awesome React Hooks – Massive Collection of Resources

A curated list about React Hooks.

Hooks are a new addition in React 16.8. They let you use state and other React features without writing a class.

Contents

Hooks

Tutorials/Articles/Workshops

Discussions

Examples

Extensions/Libraries

  • redux-react-hook – React Hook for accessing state and dispatch from a Redux store.
  • react-use – Collection of essential React Hooks.
  • The Platform – Browser API’s turned into React Hooks and Suspense-friendly React elements for common situations.
  • eslint-plugin-react-hooks – This plugin enforce rule of hooks to avoid common mistakes.
  • react-hooks-lib – A set of reusable React Hooks.
  • use-immer – A hook to use immer as a React hook to manipulate state.
  • react-hanger – A small collection of useful hooks for React 16.7.
  • react-firebase-hooks – A set of reusable React Hooks for Firebase.
  • react-intersection-visible-hook – React hook to track the visibility of a functional component based on Intersection Visible Observer.
  • use-timer – Simple React hook to handle timer.
  • react-native-hooks – React Native APIs turned into React Hooks for use in stateless React components.
  • react-with-hooks – Ponyfill for the proposed React Hooks API.
  • react-hooks-screen-type – Determining screen size type for Bootstrap 4 grid.
  • use-http – React hooks for making isomorphic HTTP requests.
  • react-fetch-hook – React hook for conveniently use Fetch API.
  • storeon – hook-based state manager in 173 bytes.
  • react-hook-form – Performance, flexible and extensible forms with easy to use for validation.

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