That's not true. Akita doesn't use decorators. It has only one metadata decorator for the store config, which is also optional.
I didn't mean to turn this into a state management framework discussion. I prefer NgRx over Akita for the reasons mentioned in my on-topic reply, but also because Akita makes heavy use of classes and inheritance which I personally dislike. I don't think it reduces the amount of code needed to set up and use state either.
Decorators also introduce tree-shaking issues.
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