Effectively rendering lists using the `useMemo` hook in React.js

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    React components for efficiently rendering large lists and tabular data

    If you have trouble rendering a huge list of items, what you probably want to do is to only render a subset of it. This can by achieved by doing infinite scroll, or by using heavier stuff like react-virtualized and react-window are great libs to achieve this.

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    React components for efficiently rendering large lists and tabular data

    If you have trouble rendering a huge list of items, what you probably want to do is to only render a subset of it. This can by achieved by doing infinite scroll, or by using heavier stuff like react-virtualized and react-window are great libs to achieve this.

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