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Debouncing in React.JS

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Debouncing in Javascript is an exercise to enhance browser performance during any time-consuming computations. If such a method is invoked frequently then it may degrade our web app performance. Debouncing is a programming practice used to ensure that a time-consuming task does not fire so often. In other words, it limits rates at which functions get invoked.

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