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Abu Jaid • Edited

componentWillUnmount() method has been deprecated, it is removed from the component life cycle. instead of you can use getderivedstatefromprops () life cycle method.

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Shubham R

Is it?
I think you are talking about componentWillMount assuming by the alternate you suggested.

can you please share any docs that says the same about componentWillUnmount.

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Abu Jaid • Edited

Hi, @shubh710 please refer to official docs here reactjs.org/docs/react-component.html, it can help to understand the life cycle of components.

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Shubham R

dev.to/abu/comment/1egf0
Here your comment says "componentWillUnmount() method has been deprecated"
I didn't find that in the official docs
reactjs.org/docs/react-component.html

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Lucas Neves • Edited
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Shubham R

That is exactly what I have been talking about whole discussion.
@abu has mentioned componentWillUnmount is deprecated.
But I think WILL UNMOUNT is not deprecated.
Instead componentWillMount is deprecated.
That's what the URL shared by @lucasoneves says WILL MOUNT is deprecated(not WILL UNMOUNT).

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Sayem Mohammad Ismail Author • Edited

Thank you for your feedback. I appreciate your thoughtful insight.

Here is the react documentation which I mentioned in the "sources" as well. reactjs.org/docs/react-component.h...

Nonetheless, I will cross validate your concern.

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Shubham R

I find your article informative.
My comment was intended for Abu Jaid

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Sayem Mohammad Ismail Author

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Sayem Mohammad Ismail Author

Thank you for your feedback. I will check that.