List Filtering through State Management: Moving from jQuery to React/Redux

Most web applications give people an interface to interact with and explore data. Thus, a core challenge of building applications is continuously and reliably syncing the data with the user interface. Toggled switches should stay toggled. Checked boxes should stay checked. Pushing the ‘like’ button should change that button to ‘liked’. The right data should be showing at the right time. This all fits into the realm of managing ‘state’.

Sev Leonard
Sev (sev@thedatascout.com) is a consultant, writer, and technical trainer with 20 years of industry experience. His areas of expertise include analytics and data science, software development, web, and business consulting. https://www.thedatascout.com