Back to the future: from MobX to Redux and back [eng]
Many years React developers struggle to answer a question: what state management library is the best? The trick is that each library is good and with each of them we can create a mess. I would like to share two stories, how different teams refactored their projects to replace two famous state management libraries and why. Also I would like to share more insights on how to not make a mess with Mobx, why and when you need to use MST and why you still need React Query.
- Lead Front-End Engineer at Scompler
- Sergii has been working as a web developer for more than 10 years now. Started as a full stack, but now he mostly works with Front-End (React, Angular)
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