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React Hook recipe from https://usehooks.com
import { useState, useCallback, useRef } from "react";
// Usage
function App() {
const [hoverRef, isHovered] = useHover();
return (
<div ref={hoverRef}>
{isHovered ? '😁' : '☹️'}
</div>
);
}
// Hook
function useHover() {
const [value, setValue] = useState(false);
// Wrap in useCallback so we can use in dependencies below
const handleMouseOver = useCallback(() => setValue(true), []);
const handleMouseOut = useCallback(() => setValue(false), []);
// Keep track of the last node passed to callbackRef
// so we can remove its event listeners.
const ref = useRef();
// Use a callback ref instead of useEffect so that event listeners
// get changed in the case that the returned ref gets added to
// a different element later. With useEffect, changes to ref.current
// wouldn't cause a rerender and thus the effect would run again.
const callbackRef = useCallback(
node => {
if (ref.current) {
ref.current.removeEventListener("mouseover", handleMouseOver);
ref.current.removeEventListener("mouseout", handleMouseOut);
}
ref.current = node;
if (ref.current) {
ref.current.addEventListener("mouseover", handleMouseOver);
ref.current.addEventListener("mouseout", handleMouseOut);
}
},
[handleMouseOver, handleMouseOut]
);
return [callbackRef, value];
}
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