Hackernoon logoHandling Readable React Content States by@chakshunyu

Handling Readable React Content States

React frontend developer, former Storybook maintainer, and technical writer about React, testing, and career. Content is crucial to any React web application. For bigger React applications, it's not uncommon to have ten to a hundred different content streams. This article will go over the two most common ways to handle content states in your React components. We will discuss the advantages and drawbacks in terms of readability and the use cases for every structure. After this article, you will be able to apply these structures to keep more complex constructions readable.
image
Chak Shun Yu Hacker Noon profile picture

@chakshunyuChak Shun Yu

React frontend developer, former Storybook maintainer, and technical writer about React, testing, and career.

Tags

Join Hacker Noon

Create your free account to unlock your custom reading experience.