A quick intro to new React Context API and why it won’t replace state management libraries

In React 16.3, Context API finally stopped being an experimental API and became a very useful feature which can now be safely used in production. The times when we had to decide if we will be passing props down from a parent down to the bottom through a few components which do not even use the prop, or use Redux for that instead, are…

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Thomas Findlay

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The author of “Vue — The Road To Enterprise” Get the book here — https://bit.ly/3bQenDx. Full-stack web and mobile developer and mentor at www.codementor.io

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