Aleem Isiaka
Jan 20, 2021 ⋅ 14 min read

Introduction to MobX with React

Aleem Isiaka Hacking through HTML/CSS, making useful stuffs.

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6 Replies to "Introduction to MobX with React"

  1. If I delete an owner with pets, it doesn’t re-render the PetList. Upon deleting an owner, its correponding pets should have “—” as its owner column. But this is not the current behavior, how should I fix this?

    1. Your wanted behavior is not implemented in this example. After deleting user, you should loop over pets and check if any pet does have the deleted owner ID. If yes, then you should just set id to “—“.

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