State is NOT in the database
A State Object has nothing to do with the database.
It is a collection of information stored locally on a device.
So it is a very different thing in a way, but it is treated as an Object along with all the others, which means that you can refer to data within a State Object instance in exactly the same way as with all the others
There is always only one instance of any particular State Object, but you can define any number of State Object types.
A State object instance is “available” everywhere, meaning you can locate an Object View for the State Object anywhere in the Component Flow and it will work.
In contrast, normal data object have to be located downstream of a user selection.
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