Framework agnostic libraries for state management in JavaScript applications:

1. Redux:

A predictable state container for JavaScript apps
2. MobX:

Simple, scalable state management.
3. Immer:

Create the next immutable state tree by simply modifying the current tree
4. XState:

State machines and statecharts for the modern web…
5. Baobab:

JavaScript & TypeScript persistent and optionally immutable data tree with cursors…
6. Effector:

The state manager β˜„οΈ…
7. Cerebral:

Declarative state and side effects management for popular JavaScript frameworks…
8. Storeon:

🌩 A tiny (167 bytes) event-based Redux-like state manager for React, Preact, Angular, Vue, and Svelte

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