Maximum update depth exceeded

chunk-7QQWTS7N.js?v=4574b3cd:521 Warning: Maximum update depth exceeded. This can happen when a component calls setState inside useEffect, but useEffect either doesn't have a dependency array, or one of the dependencies changes on every render. at Redirect (http://localhost:5173/node_modules/.vite/deps/chunk-IWU6D6DI.js?v=4574b3cd:10315:23) at Authenticated (http://localhost:5173/node_modules/.vite/deps/chunk-IWU6D6DI.js?v=4574b3cd:10293:31) at div
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kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Hi @Matt. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- The error message you're seeing, "Maximum update depth exceeded", is a common issue in React when a component continuously re-renders, causing an infinite loop. This can happen when a component's state is updated inside a useEffect hook without a proper dependency array, or if a dependency changes on every render. The useEffect hook allows you to perform side effects in function components. It takes two arguments: a function where you can put your effect code and an array of dependencies. The effect code runs when the component mounts and whenever any of the dependencies change. Here's a basic example of how to use useEffect:
import React, { useEffect } from "React";

useEffect(() => {
// Your effect
return () => {
// Cleanup
};
}, []);
import React, { useEffect } from "React";

useEffect(() => {
// Your effect
return () => {
// Cleanup
};
}, []);
In this example, the effect runs once after the component mounts and then never runs again because the dependency array is empty. If you put any variables that the effect uses inside the array, the effect will run again whenever any of those variables change. If you're seeing the "Maximum update depth exceeded" error, it's likely that you're either missing the dependency array, or one of the dependencies is changing on every render, causing the effect to run over and over again. To fix this issue, you need to ensure that you're not causing an infinite loop with your state updates. Make sure that any state variables you're updating inside useEffect are listed in the dependency array, and that you're not causing them to change on every render. Unfortunately, the information provided in the knowledge sources does not contain specific code related to your issue. For more detailed help, you might want to refer to the React documentation on the useEffect hook (https://reactjs.org/docs/hooks-effect.html). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai2mo ago
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