I am sick and tired of react-redux. Who has some good alternatives?

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  • redux-toolkit

    The official, opinionated, batteries-included toolset for efficient Redux development

    Maybe it's just me, but I've clicked on that not realizing that https://redux.js.org/ and https://redux-toolkit.js.org/ are completely different sites with different sidebar links. If you are new to Redux and don't know that this distinction exists, it may be hard to navigate and understand what's relevant.

  • crux

    A collection of small, focussed, utilities to help maintain decoupled and lightweight code in the browser. (by andyjessop)

    This is still a work in progress, part of my crux framework, but I hope to have it all up and running in a month or so. Just a few details to work out.

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

  • signals

    Manage state with style in every framework

    Has anyone checked out preact’s new signals library? https://github.com/preactjs/signals

  • zustand

    🐻 Bear necessities for state management in React

    Obligatory join the cult of Zustand, comrade

  • react-redux

    Official React bindings for Redux

    Additionally, the idea that the props.todoAdded() version from connect automatically dispatched when called was always a source of confusion and led to lots of questions. So, Dan Abramov specifically suggested that we drop the idea of auto-binding as we were designing the hooks API to make it more clear what's actually happening, and we did.

  • devtools

    Replay.io DevTools (by replayio)

    To be honest, it's hard. The day job app I work on ( https://github.com/replayio/devtools ) still has a bunch of "setter actions", and I've even written a few of those myself.

  • react-18

    Workgroup for React 18 release.

    also react 18 working group might at some point provide their own version of context selector which works exact same way as use-context-selector: https://github.com/reactwg/react-18/discussions/73

  • WorkOS

    The modern API for authentication & user identity. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.

  • MobX

    Simple, scalable state management.

    I used https://mobx.js.org s lot. Concepts are a bit different because it is based on observables and your state is mutable, but really small boilerplate, fast and fun to work with

  • pullstate

    Simple state stores using immer and React hooks - re-use parts of your state by pulling it anywhere you like!

    Pullstate. It's a lot like svelte's store.

  • react-easy-state

    Simple React state management. Made with ❤️ and ES6 Proxies.

    react-easy-state was very easy.

  • redux

    Predictable state container for JavaScript apps

    If you click on that link it actually takes you to https://redux.js.org, which does still take you through the recommended way of doing things, however there is also an "API Reference" link, (among other similar links) in the sidebar that refers to createStore and other older methods of setting up redux. This isn't the only documentation there that is like that either.

  • legend-state

    Legend-State is a super fast and powerful state library that enables fine-grained reactivity and easy automatic persistence

    Legend-State is good.

  • Tiamut

    Simple state management (React optional)

    Please check this out https://github.com/anduong96/Tiamut

  • SWR

    React Hooks for Data Fetching

    (2) cached network/async calls, which is solved by something like swr or React Query

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