Quite recently, the React team introduced several new features which include React Hooks and the Context API.
This, unfortunately, came with the expense of writing boilerplate code — but now, it’s possible to replace Redux with React Hooks and the Context API.
React hooks allow you to use local state inside of function components, while the Context API allows you to share state with other components.
Once you declare your state using either useState or useReducer , you’ll need to lift it up to become global state using React Context.
Counter Example – useStateFor this example, we’ll build a simple counter demo consisting of a two button component and a display component.

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