State management is one of the most important concepts of ReactJS development. But sadly it’s importance is somehow realised only at the later stages of development, when the app is already too complex to make any changes, or even worse, it is not realised at all, because folks building the app aren’t aware of this concept and they end up using local state and prop drilling making the code base unscalable.

State management by all means is not at all a new concept nor its something which some of us have not implemented before. Folks who are aware of this…

Aniket Paul

Been working on JS for the last few years. At present I’m a SSE at Intuit focusing predominantly on UI.

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