MobX is often talked about as an alternative to Redux for managing state in a React application—and both have their proponents. But where Redux enforces a fairly rigid structure and promises maintainability as a result, MobX offers complete flexibility. But what does that give you? And is it better?
In this episode, we start our journey towards answering that question. Armed with an understanding of the MobX's internals from the last episode, we'll experiment with a few different approaches and settle on a really clean delineation between data and UI.