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Mike Healy

Didn't alternatives to Redux start to become common about 2 years ago anyway?

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Ben Duncan

React ships with context and reducer support built in, so I guess you could say that. There's also MobX which is quite common, but most projects can stick with the state management options built into React.

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Belhassen Chelbi Author

Actually there's a gap year where I didn't code either aand Redux was super popular back then that it was required for react jobs, well, still now but much less. And I didn't use other state management libraries either.