Use the createContext function to create a context.
Wrap the context provider around your component tree with your newly constructed context.
Using the value prop, assign any value to your context provider.
Using the context consumer, you may read that data from any component.
Both are good tools in their own right, however Redux is overkill for simply passing data from parent to child, whereas Context API shines in this situation. Redux has your back when you have a lot of dynamic data!
Context isn't required. a service provider Multiple contexts are utilised in one component, needing only two useContext methods rather than wrapping your entire application in two nested contexts, as you must do with current Context.
The "useContext" hook is used to generate shared data that can be accessible across the component hierarchy without having to feed props down to each level manually. Without the use of "props," the context defined will be available to all child components.