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In Application State Management with React, I talk about how using a mix of local state and React Context can help you manage state well in any React application. I showed some examples and I want to call out a few things about those examples and how you can create React context consumers effectively so you avoid some problems and improve the developer experience and maintainability of the context objects you create for your application and/or libraries.
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Here are some of the antipatterns most commonly seen in React applications and how to fix them. These antipatterns will make your codebase a nightmare to work with if you’re don’t learn to recognize and prevent them at their early stages.
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