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Ever since hooks was released, there were few good articles explaining on how Hooks differ from Redux, how Hooks may replace Redux and how Hooks work with Redux.
This is the second chapter of our series of creating a simple POS with React, Node, and MongoDB. Today’s tutorial continues from where we left off in the previous chapter: adding register and login functionalities. Today we will add functionalities to handle authentication state and log out. We will also create a user profile where users can update user information.
Over the last few years, Redux has popularized the idea of using message-passing (also known as event-driven programming) to manage application state. Instead of making arbitrary method calls to various class instances or mutating data structures, we now can think of state as being in a "predictable container" that only changes as a reaction to these "events".
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