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What state management does Facebook use?
Recoil is a new state management library recently released by Facebook. Recoil is created by the same Creator who created the React. So, internally Recoil works as the same way as React works. Its fast and flexible shared state.
What UI library does Facebook use?
At its F8 developer conference, Facebook today announced that it is open-sourcing Litho, a declarative framework for building efficient user interfaces on Android. Litho is the same framework Facebook uses internally to build its own Android app, which is currently being used by more than a billion people every month.
Which is better Redux or flux?
Redux preserves all the benefits of Flux (recording and replaying of actions, unidirectional data flow, dependent mutations) and adds new benefits (easy undo-redo, hot reloading) without introducing Dispatcher and store registration.
Should I use Redux or context API?
Context API is easy to is use as it has a short learning curve. It requires less code, and because there’s no need of extra libraries, bundle sizes are reduced. Redux on the other hand requires adding more libraries to the application bundle. The syntax is complex and extensive creating unnecessary work and complexity.
Is useReducer Redux?
Can useReducer replace Redux? The useReducer hook should be used in components that have complex logic behind it. It shows as the main confusion with the Redux library, because developers tend to think that useReducer could replace the state manager library. But in fact, its use should be restricted to components.
Who made Reactjs Facebook?
|Original author(s)||Jordan Walke|