Component Lifecycles are the different states through which a react component goes through during its lifetime.

So, Whenever we write some logic in the frontend frameworks like Angular, React we generally break the application into a lot of smaller dumb components (Display centric components), so that the code will be easy to understand and so that they can be reused and not copying a part of the code and pasting it in another component again.

Any component that is being used will go through some lifecycle hooks in the process through which we can control the behavior of the component…

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