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Abdulazeez Abdulazeez Adeshina
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May 1, 2020 ⋅ 5 min read

State management with Unstated Next

Abdulazeez Abdulazeez Adeshina Software enthusiast, writer, food lover, and hacker.

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5 Replies to "State management with Unstated Next"

  1. Context is not scalable in the state management. Change of a value forces all components under the context’s provider to rerender. Have a look into Hookstate (it is simple API, incredibly fast, extendable. Disclaimer: I am the author). https://hookstate.js.org/

  2. I started learning react recently. The state in react is really very powerful. Much helpful article for me. Thanks.

    1. Thanks for pointing that out. You can see the “author” at Morioh credits us as the original publisher at the bottom of the page. We’ll get in touch with them about that.

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