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Look Neil, if you think I’m gonna take time and consider if my choice of state-management library is meaningfully-different from the largest and most-established state-management library, and not just another hypetrain heading to the same destination, you’ve got another thing coming, pal. Mine is better because it’s newer and everyone knows that.
I’m joking, of course. I recognize that they both share the “just add shit as you go” model of most (all?) React state libraries. I will concede to Redux that it’s reducers/actions let a developer more-easily confuse their motions for progress towards a well-architectured app.
Your statement about hooks lending themselves toward blending business layers and view layers is a great example of why I listen. I’ll try to observe and reduce that externality of hooks in my code.
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