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A deep dive into React Hooks

React Hooks were introduced in React 16.8 as a way to add stateful logic to functional components. They allow developers to reuse stateful logic across multiple components and simplify complex components by separating stateful logic from presentation. Here are some common React Hooks and their use cases with examples:

useState()

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What’s new in .NET 8?

Let’s go through .NET 8 features

  1. Performance Improvements:

.NET 8 comes with several performance enhancements that make it faster and more efficient. One of the key improvements is faster startup times. With .NET 8, the time it takes to start up an application has been significantly reduced, making it more responsive and user-friendly.

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Tips for implementing OWASP concepts in a React application:

OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) is a widely recognized framework that provides developers with a list of best practices to follow to ensure that web applications are secure. Here are some general tips for implementing OWASP concepts in a React application:

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Best practices and tips for writing efficient and maintainable JavaScript code

Some of the examples are as follows:

Use modern syntax: JavaScript has evolved greatly in recent years, with new syntax and features being added to the language. Using modern syntax can make your code more readable and concise. For example, instead of using a function expression, you can use an arrow function to declare a function:

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Migrating an existing React 17 web application to React 18

  1. Update React and React-DOM to the latest version (React 18 and React-DOM 18) by running the following command in your terminal:
npm install react@18 react-dom@18
  1. Check for compatibility issues and deprecated features by running the following command in your terminal:
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