setState is asynchronous inside event handlers.
This ensures, for example, that if both
setState during a click event,
Child isn’t re-rendered twice. Instead, React “flushes” the state updates at the end of the browser event. This results in significant performance improvements in larger apps.
This is an implementation detail so avoid relying on it directly. In the future versions, React will batch updates by default in more cases.
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