T, which can assist with ensuring the type safety of referring to your state in your application. The state token is declared as follows:
any(this is useful if you want to keep all knowledge of the structure of your state class model private).
nameproperty in your
@Statedeclaration (or if the path specified matches your
nameproperty then you can use this token to refer to this state class from other parts of your application (in your selectors, or in plugins like the storage plugin that need to refer to a state class). The token can be used in your
@Statedeclaration as follows:
@Selectorin a state class
store.select, store.selectOnce, store.selectSnapshot