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re: Redux is half of a pattern (2/2) VIEW POST

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A little bit off-topic, but, what do you guys think about how other frameworks manage state? Such as Stimulus

Stimulus also differs on the question of state. Most frameworks have ways of maintaining state within JavaScript objects, and then render HTML based on that state. Stimulus is the exact opposite. State is stored in the HTML, so that controllers can be discarded between page changes, but still reinitialize as they were when the cached HTML appears again

If I understand it right, Stimulus is typically best suited for SSR frameworks (i.e. Ruby on Rails). So, if state is attached to HTML and HTML is rendered at the server ... does that mean that state is managed at the server? If that is true, there is something that feels wrong about it, but I am not sure what.

What do you guys think?

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