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No more State Management with Signals

State management and I have never been on good terms. The sheer amount of boilerplate code and the usage of strings during development have always been pain points for me. At its worst, the entire algorithm can be scattered across the entire source code, making it challenging to decipher the application's behavior and when the firing stops. Consequently, I only resort to using state management when absolutely necessary and make a conscious effort to avoid it wherever possible.

Recently, a new star has emerged on the horizon that seems poised to replace traditional state management. It appears to be more straightforward to comprehend and requires less code. What are your thoughts on this? Do you believe the era of traditional state management is coming to an end, and if not, what factors are contributing to its endurance?

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