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Title: How to Optimize "Like" Feature in a React.js Social Media App?

Body:

I am building a social media application using React.js. On the homepage, I display a list of posts. I want to implement the following features for the posts:

  1. Let's say X is a post and user Y likes the post. The post X contains a key called liked, which is initially liked: false. When the user likes the post, this key should become liked: true.
  2. When a user returns to the application after some time, the post should retain its liked: true status for the current user.
  3. I want the behavior to be similar to Facebook, where the like status persists efficiently.

I attempted to achieve this by comparing the user's "like" collection with the post collection, but this process is very expensive. I am looking for an optimized and fast way to implement this feature.

Additional Information:

  • I am using Appwrite for my backend.
  • I want to avoid performance issues and ensure that the solution scales well with a large number of users and posts.

What is the best approach to efficiently manage and persist the like status of posts for each user in a React.js application?

Tags: reactjs, optimization, social-media, appwrite, likes

<h3>Question:</h3>
<p><strong>Title:</strong> How to Optimize "Like" Feature in a React.js Social Media App?</p>
<p><strong>Body:</strong></p>
<p>I am building a social media application using React.js. On the homepage, I display a list of posts. I want to implement the following features for the posts:</p>
<ol>
<li>Let's say <code>X</code> is a post and user <code>Y</code> likes the post. The post <code>X</code> contains a key called <code>liked</code>, which is initially <code>liked: false</code>. When the user likes the post, this key should become <code>liked: true</code>.</li>
<li>When a user returns to the application after some time, the post should retain its <code>liked: true</code> status for the current user.</li>
<li>I want the behavior to be similar to Facebook, where the like status persists efficiently.</li>
</ol>
<p>I attempted to achieve this by comparing the user's "like" collection with the post collection, but this process is very expensive. I am looking for an optimized and fast way to implement this feature.</p>
<p><strong>Additional Information:</strong></p>
<ul>
<li>I am using Appwrite for my backend.</li>
<li>I want to avoid performance issues and ensure that the solution scales well with a large number of users and posts.</li>
</ul>
<p>What is the best approach to efficiently manage and persist the like status of posts for each user in a React.js application?</p>
<p><strong>Tags:</strong> reactjs, optimization, social-media, appwrite, likes</p>
 
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