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ReactNative Expo File Based Routing with Firebase Authentication
5 projects | dev.to | 26 Apr 2023
PullState - https://lostpebble.github.io/pullstate/
I am sick and tired of react-redux. Who has some good alternatives?
18 projects | /r/reactjs | 11 Sep 2022
Pullstate. It's a lot like svelte's store.
The new wave of React state management
23 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Jul 2022
And automatically, any components using uiStateStore.useState and watching the isSidebarOpen property will get updated, exactly the same as the normal useState hook - just shared.
It's so dead simple and has made complex app-building so much easier for me.
The one caveat is that if I have a component with many handlers, e.g. onClick, onMouseMove, onContextMenu, onMouseLeave, etc (and in some cases I do), components can get bloated. I haven't found a fix to that yet. But that's more an inherent issue with react than anything to do with state management.23 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Jul 2022
I've been using Pullstate for medium-sized apps for a couple years and it's fantastic: uses Immer under the hood (so it's all immutable even if it look as it wasn't), it's API and mental model are vulgarly simple, and my impression is that it's quite performant. I also like that the store isdisentangled from the component tree, which allows for plenty of flexibility. Totally recommended!
Tech skill shortage
8 projects | /r/ProgrammerHumor | 14 Aug 2021
Sounds like you're on the right track. React is very hire-able. Try out multiple store systems. The big one is react + redux. Then after you have some experience with that, try a simpler one like pullstate.
What are some alternatives?
contextism - 😍 Use React Context better.
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react-cool-form - 😎 📋 React hooks for forms state and validation, less code more performant.
clean-state - 🐻 A pure and compact state manager, using React-hooks native implementation, automatically connect the module organization architecture. 🍋
unstated-next - 200 bytes to never think about React state management libraries ever again
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Twitter Text Obj - Twitter Text Libraries. This code is used at Twitter to tokenize and parse text to meet the expectations for what can be used on the platform.
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