React and Vue are becoming increasingly popular for front-end application development.
The Pune edition is a single-day event for sharing:
- Practical insights on integrating React/Vue in front-end applications.
- Performance improvements with React/Vue.
- State management.
- New developments.
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The Pune edition will be held on 29 February 2020 at MCCIA, Pune.
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use"Context" for state management
Since the start, redux has become a synonym to state management in react. In the presentation we will be walking through the state management jargon and my personal pain points of using redux from past 3 years, my experience of using the context api and useContext hooks to implement flow of state management and also to clean lot of boilerplate code that has to be maintained.
I am a developer who loves code, poetry and poetic code. What makes code poetic is the sheer simplicity, which make the code more readable, relatable. When i explored the oppurtunity to use context api for the state management i could feel that elegance which somewhere was lacking when i was using redux extensively. I felt I was writing an algorithm which isnt intutive to many, but with context. I felt we were back the roots of simplicity that react is popular for. SO here I will be discussing my experiences with both approaches, what worked me and what has not. The session will follow the below order.
- State Management Jargon
- Why State Management
- Workflow of Redux
- Plus Points of Redux
- My Pain Points of Redux
- Experience with Redux
- Base understanding of react hooks
- Github : http://github.com/nightraiser
- Medium : https://medium.com/@nightraiser
- Hello GraphQL @ vueHyderabad : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cQ-WuzLAn6YWct4UD1bleiWCVFiCswkx/view?usp=sharing