Have been using this pattern a long time, its really helpful.
Evan Churchill

I can see how redux wouldn’t work for you in that context. You can solve your problem by creating more intermediate container components and connecting each of those to the store. That should help pass redux state into components at a more granular level and keep the daisy chaining in control.

If you follow this pattern instead, you’ll probably end up with no daisy chaining but with a massive top-level component that reads like spaghetti.

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