Instructor: Instead of inlining this whole setState function here, what we can do is, we're going to write a function here. This is going to be our setState updater function. We will give it a descriptive name, which is going to be, "set tweet liked." It's going to need to know the tweet ID and also the new liked.
Shall we be transitioning to liked or transitioning to unliked? This is going to return, essentially, what we had here. Now, rather than looking up the current state of it, we will just transition to using the new liked. We'll assume that when we invoke this, we know what we want. We'll update this usages of is liked to new liked.
We'll be flipping that logic around, since we're assuming that the consumer of this is going to handle the toggling logic. Now to plug this in, we can invoke it here, "set tweet liked." The arguments that it requires is tweet ID and the new liked, which is going to be the opposite of the current liked, which we know we can look up by currying includes on our liked tweets.
Now when we click this, we can see that the number is updating as well as the heart is updating appropriately. We have yet to handle the failure case.