State management is an important part of any React application. It helps keep track of the app's state and provides a mechanism for updating that state. This is especially true when working with multiple components, as it allows them all to have access to the same information no matter where they are rendered. There are many different libraries available that can help you manage your app's state, but here we will take a look at five of the most popular ones: Context API, Redux, MobX, Unstated, and Recoil (or just Apollo Client).
In the past few years, AngularJS was one of the oldest and most popular frameworks. For some time it had a huge share of the market and every business wanted their products developed on AngularJS. But time goes further and new modern and flexible technologies appear and override all the benefits that AngularJS ever suggested. Several months ago the Angular team has cut off the support of AngularJS and some businesses haven't migrated to Angular 2+ or React until that time, so now they are looking for such services. As a ReactJS development company, we have seen a lot of React benefits over other frameworks and this time we'd like to introduce why you should migrate from AngularJS to React.