I'm still convinced Redux is great if you build your application in the right way.
Just let the data flow through the state, let your components render accordingly and try not to bloat your components with code that could be placed in an action.
I've started a new project last week with Redux toolkit and I have to say it's really easy to get started and it scales out well if you define your slices properly.
I did, however, decouple the component from the slice because there's almost never a 1-to-1 relationship between a slice of the state and a component.
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