Rosma is a lightweight and easy-to-use global state management library designed for React applications. It offers three essential APIs for managing your app's state: observer, useObserver, and withState.

Unlike other state management libraries, Rosma is incredibly easy to set up and use. it is written in such a way that it does not require an initial and sometimes complicated setup. Simply install it via npm (npm i rosma), and you're good to go.

One of the key advantages of Rosma is its simple naming convention for variables and setter methods. To set a setter method for a variable, all you need to do is prepend the variable name with the set. For instance, after setting a value for the count variable, you would name the corresponding setter method setCount.

Rosma's observer class allows you to declare global state variables and update them from anywhere in your application. useObserver provides a simple way to consume these global state variables in your functional components, while withState is a higher-order component that enables based components to access the global state.

Overall, Rosma is a powerful yet straightforward state management library that simplifies the process of managing your app's state. Try it out today and see how it can improve your development workflow.

Keywords: React, state management, global state, observer, useObserver, withState, lightweight, user-friendly, easy-to-user, npm, naming convention, setter methods, functional components, development workflow

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