Course Description

React Context & Hooks Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide to Managing State in React Applications React is a popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces, and its popularity is not without reason. It is efficient, fast, and provides a seamless development experience. However, as your application grows in complexity, managing state becomes increasingly difficult. That's where React Context and Hooks come in. In this comprehensive tutorial, you will learn how to use React Context and Hooks to manage state in your React applications. We'll start by discussing what React Context is and how it works. You'll learn how to create a context object and how to use it to provide data to your components without having to pass props down through multiple levels of the component tree. We'll also cover how to use context to manage state and how to update the state of multiple components simultaneously. Next, we'll dive into React Hooks, a new addition to React that makes managing state even easier. You'll learn how to use the useState hook to manage component-level state, and the useContext hook to access data from the context object. We'll also cover the useReducer hook, which allows you to manage more complex state and actions in your application. Throughout the tutorial, we'll be building a real-world application to demonstrate how React Context and Hooks can be used in practice. You'll learn how to create a simple e-commerce application that allows users to add items to a cart and view their cart contents. We'll use React Context to manage the state of the cart and Hooks to handle user interactions and update the cart contents. By the end of this tutorial, you'll have a solid understanding of how to use React Context and Hooks to manage state in your applications. You'll be able to create reusable components that can be easily scaled and maintainable. You'll also be able to apply these concepts to your own projects and build robust, efficient, and maintainable React applications. Author: The Net Ninja