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Vinicius Kiatkoski Neves Author

Hey @allen1556 , first of all thanks for the kind feedback!

Well, I will try my best to understand your issue and help you.

I think you're concern about adding some logic to your button, am I right? From what I understood you want to keep it "pure", which means that is just emits an event and the parent handles it the way it wants but as you've just shown, you might have 10x this button and have to add the props (which are different for each button) + the same handler over and over, right?

If I got it right, adding the handler to your button component might not allow you to use in other places. What you can do is to have a wrapper that handles this event (the wrapper forwards everything down to the component). The @click would just dispatch your action for example. So, short answer, yes, it is fine to update your state like that. The wrapping component would have this "store" logic and would make sense just on this part of your application and your button would still work anywhere else you need.

Did I get your idea right?

If not, please, let me try it again 😅