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Managing State in React Functionally with React Hooks

About This Session

Managing state for UI components in React until now has required a dependency on libraries like Redux. However, simple UI level state management and other amazing developer features are now available with the release of version 16.8.

Understand the basics of using state, side-effects, Context API using React's four basic Hooks (useState, useEffect, useRef and useContext) as well, go deeper as we build a basic application with useReducer.

The Speaker

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Eric Bishard

Progress Software

Eric Bishard(@httpJunkie) is a Developer Advocate working with KendoReact at Progress Software and has been working in the software space since 1999 experienced in building web-based applications with a focus on component design for user interfaces in frameworks like Angular and React.