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react-state-rxjs vs Effector: What are the differences?

What is react-state-rxjs? State management library for React applications. It is RxJS and ImmutableJs powered nested state management for React applications inspired by @ngrx/store. It is simple, fast, reliable and no boilerplate.

What is Effector? Multi-store state manager for Javascript apps. It is an effective multi-store state manager for Javascript apps, that allows you to manage data in complex applications.

react-state-rxjs and Effector can be categorized as "State Management Library" tools.

Some of the features offered by react-state-rxjs are:

  • Allows state nesting and injects responsible peaces to components
  • Uses immutablejs / immer fast equality object comparison for high performance
  • Actions can return observables, promises or simple objects

On the other hand, Effector provides the following key features:

  • Type safe
  • Framework agnostic
  • Developer-friendly

react-state-rxjs and Effector are both open source tools. It seems that Effector with 2.24K GitHub stars and 84 forks on GitHub has more adoption than react-state-rxjs with 9 GitHub stars and 1 GitHub forks.

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Pros of Effector
Pros of react-state-rxjs
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    Statically typed
  • 5
    Less boilerplate
  • 3
    Small bundle size
  • 1
    Signal functions
  • 1
    Effects calculation
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    Cons of Effector
    Cons of react-state-rxjs
    • 2
      Undocumented methods like setState
    • 1
      Lack of debugging tools
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      What is Effector?

      It is an effective multi-store state manager for Javascript apps, that allows you to manage data in complex applications.

      What is react-state-rxjs?

      It is RxJS and ImmutableJs powered nested state management for React applications inspired by @ngrx/store. It is simple, fast, reliable and no boilerplate.

      Need advice about which tool to choose?Ask the StackShare community!

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