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Manage React State with Recoil


Yoni Weisbrod
24m closed-captioning
6 lessons
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In this free collection on Facebook's new state management library, we'll get started using Recoil in our React applications and then delve into various common use cases that we may encounter in the field.

We'll start with the basics of state management in Recoil: the Atoms and Selectors. Then we'll dive further into the Selector API, an important part of the library. Along the way we'll learn different strategies for handling synchronous and asynchronous Selectors.

An efficient and practical course to learning Recoil. The Recoil version used in this course is ^0.0.10, and the latest version is 0.3.1, yet this is still a great introduction to understanding the core functionality of Recoil. As of 0.3.1, there are no major breaking changes.

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24m • 6 lessons

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