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Simplify and Optimize Your React Code with Hooks

Published 10 months ago • 1 min read

Most React developers use React Hooks to create React apps, as evidenced by documentation, examples, and videos on YouTube. However, this is not the case in the Microsoft 365 development space, where SharePoint Framework (SPFx) developers still primarily use class components. This is likely due to new SPFx projects defaulting to class components, which have been one of the last holdouts. Even new Microsoft Teams projects created with YO Teams in the Visual Studio Teams Toolkit use Hooks....

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