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E. ElromReact and Librarieshttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-6696-0_5

5. State Management

Elad Elrom1  
Montvale, NJ, USA

In the previous chapter, we built a header component with a menu and a drawer with the help of Material-UI. We also connected the pages using React Router. We learned about React components and how to pass information from parent components down to a child component using props. We also learned about the component lifecycle and the component state. However, if we want to implement other common elements in most apps, such as store user’s information, cart, or any other data-based state that multiple components or subcomponents may need, ...

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