How To Use React.js Component Lifecycle Methods.

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As a developer you would like to tap into a component's lifecycle and get notified when that component is going through various lifecycle phases. This will allow you to control how your application looks and behaves at any given point in time. In this tutorial we're going to build a simple React application that demonstrates how to use React component lifecycle methods.


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