We had a chance to discuss this today. And as of now, the answer is “No, not yet.” Ideally Redwood will be opinionated about state, caching, offline, etc. But the reality is this won’t happen near-term.
Currently, we are leaning heavily into React Hooks ourselves. Here’s an example article.
We know Hooks doesn’t cover every need now or to come, so we encourage people to implement what they’re comfortable with as needed for their apps. For those doing research, the three main contenders are Redux, MobX, and React Context – Redux is the most popular by far (per downloads).
We helped add Apollo Server Response Caching for the predictcovid.com site, which is working really well. I’ll try to create an example with instructions here in the forums soon.
And please keep this conversation thread going and let us know what is and isn’t working along the way.