Since I'm a frontend dev, there are several things that I don't quite get from the back (then again I don't have much time or interest to dig into those lol)
But something that really doesn't click with me that I've already used several times is handling application state, whether is Angular, React, or just JS.
That's something that I use but is like a black box tbh.
Looks like Mike has you covered on application state! I'm also happy to talk through any of the backend stuff!
Could you be more specific as to what you find most confusing about application state? I'd love to help you out by explaining certain topics 😊
Hey Mike! What I meant by "application state" is all these types of data that are necessary for the application to be usable. Like say "the amount of notifications/messages and if they've been read or not" in a social network. Or something like "products and quantity currently in the cart" in an eCommerce site. Or even if the application found an error or another type of situation.
Things that don't get typically get added to a DB and can change very quickly. Thanks a lot for your help!
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