Understanding React’s useFormState and useFormStatus Hooks

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    Luckily, the React team has provided two Hooks for native form control: useFormState and useFormStatus. In this article, you will learn how to use both of these Hooks to handle and validate form components. You can find the source code for the example project in this post in this GitHub repo. Let’s get started!

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