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Vuex Releases v4.0
Bugs when you mutate state in a predictable fashion with Vuex
Quick re-vue: Vuex is the default state management pattern and library for Vue.js. It was created by members of the Vue team and designed after the same Flux patterns and architecture you see in Redux. The main difference between Redux and Vue has to do with immutability. When you mutate state in Redux, Dan appears and politely scowls in your direction. When you mutate state in Vuex, assuming you follow the rules, Evan appears and gives you a subtle, yet approving smile.
What’s new: To maintain its tight integration with Vue, this new Vuex release focuses on compatibility with all of the new updates that came with the release of Vue 3 last September. This includes newly-added support for Vue 3’s Composition API, greater TypeScript support, and a more simplified approach to using Vuex generally.
The Bottom Line
Gun to my head, I still couldn’t tell you how to pronounce Vuex.
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