- If a user interacts with your application or refreshes the page, then we’ll look up state at that moment and rebuild the page.
- In dynamic apps, like ones built using React, state change has to be dealt with immediately.
- Managing state can get complicated if each component has some state.
- Interaction with the components, like a mouse click, trigger these functions to update state.
- For example to implement retweets: – – When the state is updated, the props will change too and render the child components again.
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