Brooks Lybrand
Jul 23 · 1 min read

It’s really cool hearing other people’s experience learning hooks. Lots of great takeaways from this article.

One small thing, the React team is not planning to deprecate class components, as stated here: https://reactjs.org/blog/2018/11/27/react-16-roadmap.html#react-16x-q1-2019-the-one-with-hooks

> Hooks don’t deprecate classes. However, if Hooks are successful, it is possible that in a future major release class support might move to a separate package, reducing the default bundle size of React.

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