I am interested to know if in your react workflow would you use Redux or another state management in 2020?
If you are using something else why are you using it, because it has a smaller footprint and boilerplate or because it is new?
Update: I am considering to try state machines for my project xstate - not scalable(need more research)
Also, it seems that redux wrappers are on the rise so:
If anyone wants to add more to this discussion please feel free to do so.
Thanks in advance for all participants to this discussion