Redux architecture and the related middlewares for your application.
After following this tutorial, you will be able to set up Redux architecture and the related middlewares for your application and easily use their components to customize them to your needs and build a stable, well-structured application.
Previously, you either had to create singleton classes to store the data or pass all the necessary objects through a whole hierarchy of screens, with both solutions making your application difficult to test and to adapt to future changes. Fortunately, Redux is here to solve those problems for you.
Generally Redux is a unidirectional data flow architecture that means It uses a unidirectional data flow model to create an immutable data stream and follows the logic of asynchronous and reactive programming. It means there’s a single source of truth (called store) that provides the information across your whole application and keeps the data globally accessible. With every modification in the store, a completely new application state is generated and passed to the subscribed components. This way we can make the data immutable between refresh cycles and avoid inconsistent states. which helps a developer to develop and maintain an App easily.
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