Mobx State Tree is a powerful state management library, and an established player amongst contending state frameworks:
MobX is one of the most popular Redux alternatives and is used (along with MobX-State-Tree) by companies all over the world, including Netflix, Grow, IBM, DAZN, Baidu, and more.
Boasting an impressive feature set, it is a powerful system that can enable you to quickly implement functionality in your applications. Unfortunately, usage is low, and opinion is scarce with the ecosystem around Mobx being small compared to something like Redux.
In the face of its complexity I found it hard to answer questions…
NextJS provides an out-of-the-box development experience for building apps complete with server side rendering, routing and performance optimizations. Integrating Redux raises a couple of questions:
This article aims to be a quick and dirty breakdown of the NextJS + Redux example here, answering these questions along the way.
It’s a good idea to make sure you understand the following concepts before trying to piece everything together:
Cobbling the web together, 1 character at a time.