sajad torkamani
useEffect(() => {
  const subscription = props.source.subscribe()
  return () => {
    // Clean up the subscription
    subscription. Unsubscribe()

If you return a function from your useEffect hook, React will call this function before the component is removed from the DOM. If a component re-renders (as they typically do), the previous effect is cleaned up before executing the next effect.

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