It’s hard to name popular state management libraries that are totally ideal. They are often cumbersome, which makes the bundle heavier. Many of them require a boilerplate and overload components with complex logic. Moreover, sometimes we have to choose a state manager, sacrificing performance, maintainability, or readability.
In this talk, Nina Torgunakova, Frontend Engineer at Evil Martians, will demonstrate how state management using tiny atomic tree-shakable stores can be much more minimalistic, faster, and more convenient than we are used to seeing it.