Create the next immutable state by mutating the current one
Unless you need to squeeze every drop of performance you can you might have a better time using an immutability library like immer and by extension a use-immer hook since you are making nested changes to an object in state.
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How would you Filter an Array with redux? i cant use this way because its overriding the initial state's array.
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[AskJS] What are some real world applications of JS Proxy objects?
Thinking about an application with complex State in array-of-array-of-objects
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How do I handle objects with shared references in React?
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Should useState's setter function always return a new copy of the state?
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