Why be at loggerheads with SQL queries for authentication and data management, when Google’s NoSQL Firebase comes to the rescue and is
Libraries like Redux, MobX are built around React to handle the state but they can be intimidating to learn for a new and upcoming developer. In this article I am going to explain how you can manage a state using React’s inbuilt Context API and Hooks. Once you master the concepts of State Management using React’s inbuilt features, it will save you a lot of pain when you learn Redux. In this tutorial, you'll see How to Manage React State with useReducer() and Context API
In the beginning, I found many articles that explained the topic using deprecated local resolvers API that only increased my confusion. This article was born after a few days of my attempts to put local state management pieces together in the correct way.
Today we are going to talk about Provider inherited widget that is Selector furthermore we will also look into changenotifierprovider
Creating a beautiful mini Spotify using Flutter and Riverpod. So I thought why not create an article to show a use case of riverpod with Flutter. So in today’s article, we’ll be creating a Mini Spotify using Flutter and riverpod. Let’s get started!
In a registration form, using useState hooks for each input versus using a user object and a single useState hook. In this article we will explore two ways of tracking state using a simple registration form.
Passing data to deeply nested child components can be cumbersome, especially when dealing with child components several levels down a component tree. Without React Context or Redux, we resort to a technique called “prop drilling” where we pass data down components even though some of those components don’t need that specific data. State Management: React’s Context API vs Redux !
What is State? I’ll like to talk about how to understand state in a way that helps you make more informed decisions about managing it.
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Using MVVM in Flutter. Declarative programing focuses on what the program should accomplish rather than how that is accomplished.
In this post, I would like to share a brief history of ReactJS and its solutions to state management. You may probably know these already.
Discussing possible options for state management in Gatsby and why do you want to use React’s context. Gatsby is a framework based on React to generate a website faster. So as you can imagine, a lot of problems can be handled in a “React” way. In this article, we'll discuss about how to deal with Gatsby’s state management with React’s context.
The Growing Developer website is out !! https://thegrowingdeveloper.org In this video, we will discuss everything about #Flutter #Provider and will the apply...
In React, state is the relationship between data, rules you’ve given to the app, and what shows on the page. It can be broken down into five categories: model state, view/UI state, session, communication and location state.
Using ChangeNotifier to architect your apps? Here’s how you can upgrade.Enter StateNotifier, a new way to architect your Provider apps. Well, technically no, but you'll see what I mean. ChangeNotifier might be the ...
In flutter, state management is like a life support system where the whole App depends on, there are different state management techniques like Redux, MobX, bloc, flutter bloc, provider, and cubit. Actually Cubit is a cocktail of Flutter Bloc and Provider where we use some features of both techniques and In this article
I will write about how to do a multi-step form in React. It is a sign-up form. In the first step, I will collect the user’s organization information; and then on the second step, I will collect the user’s personal information. And once it is all done, it will show you a success(or failed) message.
One more time about BLoC pattern with a classic counter app example for Flutter. Reading some articles ...
Let’s dive into the journey on how an app typically gets developed ! So usually, apps start off with a very sophisticated product design