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How to manage state in your app can often be the biggest and most impactful architectural decision you make. Unfortunately, there is no standard practice for state management. Developers have to choose between a wide variety of techniques and libraries (many of them 3rd party), including Redux, MobX, state “tunneling,” singleton state services, or just […]

If you’ve been following the news in the React ecosystem, you’ve likely heard about the new React Hooks API available in React v16.8. Hooks expose React features like state and context to functional, or non-class components. They also make it easier to share “stateful logic” between components, such as accessing data in a store, without […]