What is being used right now for ioc/state-managment?

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  • Redux (with Redux Toolkit) is still very popular, but should only be used for truly global state. Often it’s better to store state using Context, closer to where it’s actually used and less global. For data returned from an API though, there is rarely a need to store this in state now when using something like react-query because you you can configure it to cache responses, so that if an identical fetch is performed, you use the same response, and not needlessly perform the same request again.

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