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Patterns for Doing API Calls in ReactJS

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There are a lot of approaches we can make to do an API call in React. I will share what I’ve learned and discovered after dealing with different types of making an API call in React. This includes executions through hooks and without hooks.

I’m also here to try and rethink the approaches that we always have but we tend to forget because of the new things. How well do we know the fundamentals?




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