How to use use-deep-compare-effect - 2 common examples

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github hemlok / spring-keyframes / packages / react-emotion / src / useSpring.ts View on Github external
...options,
    },
  })

  if (whileTap || whileHover) {
    useWhileInteraction({
      ref,
      animateToFrame,
      from: to,
      whileHover,
      whileTap,
    })
  }

  // Deep compare the `animate|to` @Frame so that we can animate updates.
  useDeepCompareEffectNoCheck(() => {
    if (!mountRef.current) {
      animateToFrame(to, true)
      mountRef.current = true
      return
    }

    if (!isVisible && exit) {
      animateToFrame(exit, true)
    } else {
      if (isExiting) return
      animateToFrame(to, true)
    }

    visibilityRef.current = isVisible
  }, [isVisible, to])
github idena-network / idena-desktop / renderer / shared / hooks / use-rpc.js View on Github external
error: action.error,
            isReady: true,
          }
        default:
          return state
      }
    },
    {
      result: null,
      error: null,
      isLoading: false,
      isReady: false,
    }
  )

  useDeepCompareEffect(() => {
    let ignore = false

    async function fetchData() {
      try {
        const {data} = await api().post('/', rpcBody)
        if (!ignore) {
          dataDispatch({type: 'done', ...data})
        }
      } catch (error) {
        if (!ignore) {
          dataDispatch({type: 'fail', error})
        }
      }
    }

    if (rpcBody.method) {

use-deep-compare-effect

It's react's useEffect hook, except using deep comparison on the inputs, not reference equality

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