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Favour Vivian Woka
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Feb 16, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Vue Composition API vs. React Hooks

Favour Vivian Woka I'm a frontend developer based in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. I am passionate about building applications that run on the web. Technical writing is another interest of mine.

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3 Replies to "Vue Composition API vs. React Hooks"

  1. “we set the value to setSomeDate, which will now update the someDate variable we created. Now we can share the value to other components easily.”

    You must be insane, you can’t share local component state to other components by a component scoped useState. If you want to share it with other components you need a global store, whether it’s a context or redux.

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