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Discussion on: Advanced Blazor State Management Using Fluxor, part 5 - ASP.NET EditForm Binding

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Eric King Author

Yes, I'm doing exactly the same thing, with the one exception that I'm also storing the form's DTO (which I'm calling "model" above) into the form component's state.

I feel that's ok, since there's no chance for the state of that form's DTO to have any effect on anything else in the application's state. Not other features' states, not even its own feature's state. It merely allows the form's field values a place to live.

If there were something other than the data-bound form itself that has interest in the DTO properties then they would have to get that value via a reducer like everything else.