There are several React Hooks that make state management in React Components possible. Whereas the last tutorial has shown you how to use these hooks -- useState, useReducer, and useContext -- for modern state management in React, this tutorial pushes it to the next level by implementing one global state container with useReducer and useContext…

Since React Hooks have been released, function components can use state and side-effects. There are two hooks that are used for modern state management in React (useState and useReducer) and one hook called useContext to use React's Context API to pass state or state updater functions down the component tree. Now, many people keep…

Since React Hooks have been released, function components can use state and side-effects. There are two hooks that are used for modern state management in React: useState and useReducer. This tutorial goes step by step through a useReducer example in React for getting you started with this React Hook for state management. Reducer in React If…

Since React Hooks have been released, function components in React can use state and side-effects. There are two main hooks that are used for modern state management in React : useState and useReducer. This tutorial doesn't explain both React hooks in detail, but explains their different use case scenarios. There are many people who ask me…

React Hooks were introduced at React Conf October 2018 as a way to use state and side-effects in React function components. Whereas function components have been called functional stateless components (FSC) before, they are finally able to use state with React Hooks. Therefore, many people refer to them as function components now. In this…

Recently a client of mine inspired me to learn RxJS for State Management in React. When I did a code audit for their application, they wanted to get my opinion about how to proceed with it after only using React's local state . They reached a point where it wasn't feasible to only rely on React's state management . The initial discussion was…

The article is a short tutorial on how to achieve global state in React without Redux. Creating a global state in React is one of the first signs that you may need Redux (or another state management library such as MobX) in your application, because in React the local state is located on a component level. Hence you cannot have a real global state…

In a previous application, you have used Apollo Link State to substitute React's local state management with it. Even though it wasn't necessary, because it is most often sufficient to manage local state with React only, it has shown you how it can be achieved with local queries and local mutations when using Apollo Link State. However, it needs to…

MobX is a state management solution. It is a standalone pure technical solution without being opinionated about the architectural state management app design. The 4 pillars State, Actions, Reactions and Derivations make state management in MobX possible. First the State encapsulates all of your application state which can consist of primitives to…