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Michael Willian Santos
Michael Willian Santos

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React Hooks | My Package


Hi everyone!
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I have been using React for about 7 months already. And by this, I have created a lot of Hooks and other stuff to made my life easy. So by this, I have created a suit of react hooks to help me. In which, I have been using in whatever 'react-project' I made.

  • useAsync : Handle with Async Functions
  • useBoolean : Better way with a good semantic to handle with Boolean states
  • useClient : Useful for server-side apps, in which you can check up it is under Server-Side or Client-Side
  • useDebounce : For functions that the user can call any time
  • useFetch : A complete tool to handle with requests from API.
  • useIndex : With this you can handle with 'Pagination' or whatever use the concept of 'Page Index', 'Per Page'
  • useKeyboard : Identify the key pressed
  • useLocalStorage : Save values it and get the values on LocalStorage
  • useMiddleMouse : Identify if the user is using the MiddleMouse (scrolling)
  • useMouseOut : Identify if the mouse cursor is out of the range of the element
  • useMouseIn : Identify if the mosue cursor is inside of the range of the element
  • useObject : Better way to handle with Object values
  • useScreenSize : Identify the size of the Window and the orientation of the screen.
  • useScroll : Identify the state of the scroll of the page
  • useToggle : Useful to handle with Toggle elements like 'Tabs' and so on.

I'm currently building up the Docs for this package and editing to give you guys a better example. So, I'll be really happy if you guys give me a feedback xD

Example: (Next.js + React + Fastify)

It's a simple example of search repository on Github.
To check up, clone the folder 'example' on the repository of this Project. And run up:

npm install && npm run build && npm run start
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gusyavo profile image

This is very useful, thank you! Could you give an exmple on how to implement the useDebounce hook?

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Michael Willian Santos

Sure thing, dude:
Example using the 'search box logic'. For each word that the users set on search box, it will delay by 750 ms to update the logic (in this case, a new request to the database)

const [search, setSearch] = useState<string>("")
const debounceSearchValue = useDebounce(() => search, 750);
const isSearchValid = useMemo<boolean>(
        () =>  search.length > 0,
useEffect(() => {
        if (isSearchValid) {
            // stuffs..
}, [debounceSearchValue]);
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gusyavo profile image

Thanks a lot for your answer. I am new to react hooks, so there is one thing I don't quite understand. Can you debounce a function instead of a value? I need to debounce a function (that makes a request to an API and sets a state with the answer) each time a state (a kind of complex object) changes. I am not sure if that is what the example shows.

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Michael Willian Santos

You are welcome :)
Sure thing you can debounce a function, on the example that I have give you, I have put a value because the state itself isn't a function. But you can use a function, however, this function need to return a value that will be changed (to get debounced)

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Gabriele Cimato

Great idea to keep all your most used hooks in one place and use them across your projects, well done!

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Michael Willian Santos

Thanks :)
And yes, it helps to mantain a clean instance for the projects