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Coding with React is fun and all but when your application grows bigger and bigger it is cumbersome to track all state changes in so many places and have all components refresh with every tiny single change in the state! Then what can we do? you can use Redux.
I started my work in web development from the front-end, but soon I have gotten bored and from nasty CSS and HTML. at the time there weren't any frameworks like react! So I set my course through backend development and fall in love with Laravel but that's another story for another post. let's talk about React.