Managing state inside a React app can be tricky. A lot of developers use Flux or Redux to simplify app state coding, but they still require a lot of management of the flow of data. That's where MobX comes in—it adds functional reactive programming to simplify state management. The best part is that MobX works transparently, so you don't have to write a lot of boilerplate or connecting code.
In this course, you'll learn all about MobX, a reactive state-management library. Follow along as Pavan builds a series of example apps in React, showing how MobX simplifies state management and makes it easy to code reactive apps.