For small React projects, it’s cool passing props between React components, from the Arctic to Antarctica 😃
For small React projects, it’s cool passing props between React components, from the Arctic to Antarctica 😃. With increasing complexity, we pass a bit more props and possibly throw in React Context to manage some state data between nested sibling components.
As the project grows, the need for a proper state management tool becomes unavoidable. This is the sweet spot for a tool like Redux in React projects. However, setting up Redux is considered herculean due to the amount of boilerplate required.
In this post, we’ll set up a redux store suitable for large projects without shedding tears. This post’s scope doesn’t cover setting up Thunk middleware for async actions or persisting a store.
We’ll focus mostly on store creation, project composition, entity reusability, and manageability. A considerable concern amongst developers using Redux in React projects is the convolution of the codebase with the increase in state variables.
What is Redux?
With accompanying tools like React-Redux, state management in React apps becomes seamless. With state hoisted from components into the application layer, interactivity in your frontend app becomes almost limitless.
This Edureka video on "ReactJS Redux Tutorial" will help you understand the fundamentals of redux including why we need Redux, what is Redux, Redux principles, Redux components, Data Flow and also integration of reactjs with redux with the help of a demo.
This article will walk you through the concepts you would need to know to step into the world of widely used ReactJS.
In this article, I’d like to tell you more about the Redux library and create a simple ReactJS project, where I’ll set up a Redux step by step.
This is part 2 in redux CRUD tutorial series where we will learn about updating and deleting data from the redux store. In part 1 we learn basic redux setup, reading from the redux store, and pushing data to the redux store
In this video, we will learn basic redux operations like Create, read update, and delete. In part 1 we learn basic redux setup, reading from the redux store, and pushing data to the redux store.