Building ReactN — An extension of React that includes global state management

When your React application reaches a certain size and scope, attempting to manage state within component instances adds too much complexity, prop drilling, and code smell. Developers inevitably turn to global state management tools, such as MobX or Redux, to solve these problems and make their lives simpler. I strongly endorse Redux and use it in my personal projects, but not all developers share my sentiment.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.crowdbotics.com/building-reactn-an-extension-of-react-that-includes-global-state-management/