Vuex is a state management library for Vue.js applications. It acts as a centralized store for all the components in an application, with rules ensuring that the state can only be mutated in a predictable fashion. Vuex also integrates with Vue's reactivity system, allowing the store to update components when its state changes.
The Vue 3 Reactivity and Composition API offers developers flexible techniques to work with reactive data. They enable a new and modern approach to handling State Management. Developers can now effortlessly implement local and global stores. Vuex has been one of the most used First-party plugins for Vue 2. Let's have a look at the advantages and tradeoffs of using Composables instead of Vuex.
UI components are built on user flows or state graphs. To manage these states, we usually resolved to boolean variables system like isLoading. But this proves to be buggy and hard to maintain as the codebase grows. There is a better solution. In my talk, we will explore how we can fully control our app's states and develop a more adaptive UI system to users' behavior while keeping the codebase scalable with state machines, in real time.