The rise of the state machine


The Rise Of The State Machines
Quick summary : The UI development became difficult in the last couple of years. That is because we pushed the state management to the browser. And managing state is what makes our job a challenge. If we do it properly, we will see how our application scales easily with no bugs. In this article, we will see how to use the state machine concept for solving state management problems.

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