Markus Lang Maintaining calling "state" into the React components is extremely problematic. If things are mounted/unmounted you would just lose that data all together. It is easy to accidentally mess up and force a re-render as well which could also impact the state being held in the components.
useEffect is a very strong React hook but it can't just be used anywhere without understanding what is it really for and what does you need to do.
Here the suggestion in production environments to separate out Calling sdk calls from your React components or else you can risk running into scenarios as listed above.
The UI team has run into this type of issue and that is why we have opted to maintain the calling features and where that data lives outside of our react components.
Being able to keep our data separate from our UI code means we can mount/unmount components and render/re-render UI without worrying we are going to invoke functions accidentally due to how React's algorithms for determining when components should render
If you are using React. We would like to suggest you try out the web ui library we have built.
You can learn more about the library and how to import it here:
Hope this helps.