Use React.memo() wisely

To improve user interface performance, React offers a higher-order component React.memo(). By memoizing the rendered output, React skips unnecessary re-rendering.

This post helps you distinguish the situations when React.memo() improves the performance, and, not less important, understand when its usage is useless

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