Motivation

So you’ve heard about Facebook’s exciting new state management library, Recoil, and you want to implement it in your own React applications. Unfortunately, Recoil is so new that there aren’t a wealth of resources available on it, like there are for Redux, MobX, etc. Recoil and its atom-selector system is a fantastic state management solution, but it does present some technical challenges when dealing with complex, production-level React applications. What if there were a Recoil devtool that integrates with React DevTools to analyze a React application and render an intuitive, dynamic component tree complete with all atom-selector relationship data?

Cole Redfearn

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