In this post I’ll give you the Grand Tour of state management options in React and help you decide which one to use in your project — Dave
Dave’s not kidding when he says Grand Tour, this post talks about useState, useReducer, Context, Redux, MobX, MobX State Tree, Recoil, react-query, xState.
Rendering a really long list of React components can make your application really slow. We can improve the performance by only “virtualizing” the list and smartly rendering what’s visible on screen.
They say “90% of web applications are forms and tables”. This course is about the next 10%. Learn how to build interactive applications that utilize UX patterns like drag & drop, animations and keyboard navigation. You can sign up and receive a free framer-motion mini-course ;)