How to Clean up Async Effects in React

Written by / Original link on Jun. 7, 2021


Dmitri Pavlutin walks us through properly cleaning up side-effects in React:

From time to time you might have difficulties at the intersection of component lifecycle (initial render, mount, update, unmount) and the side-effect lifecycle (start, in progress, complete).

Tackled are fetch requests, timers like setTimeout(), debounce or throttle functions, etc.

How to Clean up Async Effects in React →

Related: useAbortController – A React Hook to work with the AbortController

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