The simplest app state management for React
Would that be the transform function from here ?
I do agree too that this definitely should be a library on its own.
Anyway thanks for your work; I'll definitely check SimpleR in my project.
👻 Primitive and flexible state management for React
Looks like it's based on the same idea as jotai
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Business logic with ease ☄️
I found effector after I started looking around for a state manager which:
1. Either supported multiple stores or provides a way to subscribe to individual branches (as opposed to the entire store).
2. Had an action/event abstraction similar to redux where multiple branches (or multiple stores) could subscribe to the same action and update independently (and without knowledge of invoker).
I have been using it for some time and have had a good experience.
The core is framework agnostic (with additional integrations for react & vue).
I started used it with Svelte and its API matches the expectations of Svelte stores so you can use it without needing any additional integration, which was cool. Later I used it with lit-element through a 5 line custom integration and that worked pretty well too.
The official, opinionated, batteries-included toolset for efficient Redux development
Note that our official Redux Toolkit package specifically resolves most of the concerns people have expressed over the years about "Redux boilerplate", including drastically simplifying writing reducers and actions and including support for thunks out of the box. RTK is now the standard approach for writing Redux logic:
The simplest state manager for Expo and React Native
Honestly, what is the best, pain-free state management in React right now?
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