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Discussion on: Storecle - a neat app state management for React and Solid

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Ivan Jeremic

I used solid once and if I remember correctly it had everything built in and I didn't need any third party state management

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chris-czopp Author

I'd say it depends on complexity of what you're building. You don't have to use app state management in React neither, but in complex apps having inline fetches can make your life harder in a long term. What I'm proposing is just one of many ways of tackling this problem.

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Ivan Jeremic

React is different, I still don't see why I would use an external state manager in solid but ok.

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chris-czopp Author

I get your point and I'm not trying to argue that Solid isn't more a complete solution than React, because I believe it is. From a Solid user perspective, the main reason would be to centrally orchestrate your app-wide actions and when they should re-run. But, if you prefer to do it yourself or don't see the reason for doing it - cool. I just made a lib from what has been working in my projects.