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State Management

Applications often (a) need to share or reuse data and (b) have many events to change data. State management allows us to centralize data changes and control the insanity.

Developers often approach state management with reluctance, fear, and a naive understanding of when and how to use it.

Harry Beckwith and Thomas Burleson decided to write this

Solutions architect expert in NextJS, React and Angular solutions. Formerly a Principal Architect @ Nrwl.io, Team Lead for Angular, Google.

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Solutions architect expert in NextJS, React and Angular solutions. Formerly a Principal Architect @ Nrwl.io, Team Lead for Angular, Google.

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