· In the 'useCustomHook.js' file, import the necessary React hooks if you need them. Common hooks include 'useState', 'useEffect', 'useContext', etc. You can also import any other dependencies or helper functions you might need.
· Define your custom hook function. It should start with the word "use" followed by a descriptive name. The function can take any parameters you need to configure the hook.
· Save the 'useCustomHook.js' file and import the custom hook into the component where you want to use it.
That's it! Your custom hook is now ready to be used within the ‘MyComponent’ component. You can reuse the ‘useCustomHook’ in other components as well by importing it and calling it again.
Remember that custom hooks allow you to encapsulate and reuse stateful logic, so you can leverage them to keep your components more focused and maintainable by separating concerns.
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