ReactJS lifecycle method inside a functional Component

 1import React, { Component } from 'react';
 2import lifecycle from 'react-pure-lifecycle';
 3
 4const methods = {
 5  componentDidMount(props) {
 6    console.log('I mounted! Here are my props: ', props);
 7  }
 8};
 9
10const Channels = props => (
11<h1>Hello</h1>
12)
13
14export default lifecycle(methods)(Channels);

Source: StackOverFlow.

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