useBattery— tracks device battery state.
useGeolocation— tracks geo location state of user's device.
useHoverDirty— tracks mouse hover state of some element.
useIdle— tracks whether user is being inactive.
useLocation— tracks page navigation bar location state.
useMedia— tracks state of a CSS media query.
useMediaDevices— tracks state of connected hardware devices.
useMotion— tracks state of device's motion sensor.
useNetwork— tracks state of user's internet connection.
useOrientation— tracks state of device's screen orientation.
useSize— tracks some HTML element's dimensions.
useRaf— re-renders component on each
useSpring— interpolates number over time according to spring dynamics.
useTimeout— returns true after a timeout.
useTween— re-renders component, while tweening a number from 0 to 1.
useUpdate— returns a callback, which re-renders component when called.
createMemo— factory of memoized hooks.
useAdopt— extract value from multiple render-prop (or FaCC) components.
useCallbag— tracks latest value of a callbag.
useGetSet— returns state getter
get()instead of raw state.
useGetSetState— as if
useSetStatehad a baby.
useObservable— tracks latest value of an
useRenderProp— extracts value from a render-prop or a FaCC.
setStatemethod which works like
useBoolean— tracks state of a boolean.
useNumber— tracks state of a number.
useList— tracks state of an array.
useMap— tracks state of an object.
You need to have React
16.7.0-alpha.0 or later installed to use Hooks API.
You can import each hook individually
import useToggle from 'react-use/lib/useToggle'.
Unlicense — public domain.