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Redux vs MobX: Which Is Best for Your Project?

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For a lot of JavaScript developers, the biggest complaint with Redux is the amount of boilerplate code needed to implement features. A better alternative is MobX which provides similar functionality but with lesser code to write. For MobX newbies, take...

How to Manage Your JavaScript Application State with MobX

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If you've ever written anything more than a very simple app with jQuery, you've probably run into the problem of keeping different parts of the UI synchronized. Often, changes to the data need to be reflected in multiple locations, and as the app grows...