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rfcs/0000-useevent.md at useevent · reactjs/rfcs

React useEvent RFC


React has recently kicked off a new initiative: manage new features through an open RFC process. This is great to see for a framework who has won the bigger share of the current frontend market. If you want to contribute to the future of React, check out the first RFC under discussion: the useEvent hook.

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