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@purged Beats me. The cryptic terms got me stumped for a bit, so I got to reading then using Redux. It did help with state persistence when the app grew in complexity, but not before. Even then, I wasn't sure.
Solid backend code often mitigated the need for Redux.
I learned it mostly to impress teams I were interviewing to join.
For personal React/React Native projects I depend on Realm, Horizon or Rails.
I decided to go with Angular instead of React, i definitly choose the path of a well made backend against a time consuming framework.