Oh don't get me wrong, you still can!

I was just referring on how you would want to do it without the presence of React.Context or a React component.

I was describing how you would handle it in Redux-land without the use of React at all (through redux middlewares), but *of course* you can still do everything that the article showcased regardless of whether you are using Redux or not :)

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