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    Implement a React Context Provider

    Kent C. DoddsKent C. Dodds

    If you have state that needs to exist throughout your application, then you may find yourself passing props all over the application and even "drilling" the prop through components that don't really care about the prop at all. In this lesson, we'll see a sample of a small app that has the "prop drilling problem" and learn how to implement the "Provider pattern" to access context state anywhere in the component tree.

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