I hope you've enjoyed learning about React hooks in this course. Maybe you'll be inspired to try this new way of coding components in your own React app! My name's Derek Jensen, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thanks for watching.
1.Getting Started4 lessons, 16:04
2.Creating the Guestbook Components4 lessons, 26:13
3.Using Hooks in Functional Components2 lessons, 12:28
4.Creating and Editing Guests8 lessons, 52:32
5.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:40
Now I wanna take this opportunity to thank you for coming along with me on this journey into the world of React hooks. And you also will take away from this, a nice little application that you can use in your everyday life, to use as a guest book to allow people to sign in and you can run this on Laptops and tablets and PCs and whatever have you. And not only that, you've also learned a number of interesting things about not only React and React hooks, but a lot of interesting scenarios and ways to solve little common problems that you might have when building React applications. And once again, before I let you go, I wanna make sure that I give you enough information to go off into the future and continue to build on your newfound learning, when it comes to React hooks. So if you wanna learn more about them as well as additional hooks that are out there, and use cases, and how to use them and when to use them, you can simply head over to reactjs.org, click on the docs link and then over on the right hand side a little bit more than halfway down, you'll see React hooks new. And in here you'll get a lot of additional information about what hooks are, some common hooks, including the state and effect hook which we talked about. As well as learning more about how to build your own hooks, and the ever hardy hooks API reference. We'll see the other available hooks that will, jumped out to different parts in the page to show you more about that hook, how to use them and when to use them. So hopefully that will be enough information to keep you busy for a little while. And once again, I want to thank you for joining me. My name is Derek Jensen, and from all us here at Tuts Plus, I can't wait to see you next time.