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Today I will talk about how to utilize Redux to handle state in your React app. If you have any experience with React, then you’ll know how quickly handling state in your apps can get messy. There’s nothing worse then realizing you need to access your state, in a child component, that’s three levels down from where the parent component has the state defined.

What if I told you there was a way to keep all of your state in one central location and… wait for it… you can use it anywhere in your app! No more worrying about passing…

Adam King

Software engineer sharing stories of my experiences in a coding bootcamp and beyond.

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