I don't trust this lib as much as I trust the lib maintainer Jules. He is fully dedicated to the lib and always welcomes new challenges. I have been using the lib for 6 months and I have seen a full refactor. Truly thankful for the efforts and dedication that contributors have put into it. Really lit up my open-source spirit ! Thanks.
I've just tried out this state-management library and found it thrilling. I love the fact that you can finally think of state as in a finite state machine whereby actions trigger transitions, and you can declaratively register effects when a state is reached (Reactors in SAM). This is so much closer to the SAM pattern (TLA+) and helps handle complexity with great clarity.
Am I comfortable with a bundler that tries hard to be a whole build system? No. Does it do all that it purports to do, and is highly customizable? Yes. Am I the only one that is confused by SO many options and configurations that it's hard to separate the forest from the trees? Yes. Is it THE standard against which all other bundlers are judged upon? Yes!
I use this library in an open-source project I maintain, react-native-render-html. It's incredibly well tailored for performance. The documentation is pretty terse, but if you start reading the source a little bit it becomes very transparent and comprehensive. I love the fact that it promotes sibling libraries to perform queries, manipulate the DOM, ...etc. I've come to really like this library, although it might look a bit rough to tame at first glance.