# ReactJS

End-to-End Telescope with Docker, WSL2 and Windows 10

So on April 3rd, I managed to completely blow up my Pop!OS installation beyond repair. I blame Nvidia drivers and permissions, but it's also a reminder to `never fix what's not broken`. For the past month, I had really enjoyed being on Linux and tweaking about with various aspects of my desktop, yet even in that happiness my friends constantly reminded me of the applications that I used which don't support Linux. This included games, audio software, guitar effects for example. I decided hey, if my install is already borked and backed-up, let's install Windows 10 for the weekend and see how frustrated I can get. Solid plan, don't you think?

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Adding Stats To Telescope's Banner Component in React

Initially, I leveraged the Login and Search components mentioned above as examples of how to both write JSX and also how to modify state. Coming from VueJS -where state's modified via `Vuex` (Redux), or via local components without a state or store, React's state management both made more sense out of the box (and this could be attributed to Cindys and A Garcia maintenance and development of the front-end) and more convoluted in comparison. It had the intimidation and challenging factor that I was looking forward to tackling and equally yearning to avoid for as long as possible.

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