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React State Management in 2021

Instructor

Joel Hooks
7h 49m closed-captioning
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Managing state in a UI is challenging. It's genuinely difficult and the solutions require a depth of knowledge and experience to understand. Everything is a balance of tradeoffs in complexity, performance, and user experience.

This is a series of interviews with experts, open-source maintainers, and UI developers that have combined decades of experience building stateful UI applications for millions of users.

Part interview, part screen share, these videos should benefit you if you're building web applications.

They focus on React, but the underlying principles are valid for UI work in general (and beyond)!

Questions to Think About:

  • How do you know when you need to use a state management library?
  • Why is state management challenging?
  • Why does state need to be managed?

Learner Reviews

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    What did you like about this course?

    It's a useful research compilation of the current status of the state management for frontend applications today.

    Romel Pérez
    11 months ago
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    How will you use what you learned from this course?

    Literally made me decide to use state machines to power the component library we're making for our company.

    agionfriddo
    a year ago

Course Content

7h 49m • 9 lessons

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