This is one of the things that you should see with your eyes, so I'd recommend watching me go through the advantages and disadvantages of different ways of using hooks for dealing with state in React.
I start with useState, show a bug in the below code, then refactor to useReducer, add redux/toolkit to it, and then finally refactor to "use-complex-state". I'm leaving the source code here, so you can play around with it:
Let me know if you have any questions or thoughts in the comments below.
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From time to time you might need to expose your locally running service to the external world - for example you might want to test a webhook that calls your service. To speed up the test/development feedback loop it would be great to be able to point that webhook to your local machine.