In this tutorial, i will show you StateAdapt: Reusable, Reactive State Management.
NgRx has lots of boilerplate. Existing alternatives “solve” this by simply eliminating one or more layers: Sick of writing reducers? Get rid of them and make everything an effect! Sick of actions? Just call a “reducer” directly! Yes, that means writing less code, but these layers were included in NgRx for a reason, and when you remove them you also lose the benefits that each provided. This is a trade-off, and I hate tradeoffs. I want to build state management both quickly and properly.
This tradeoff can only be escaped by understanding the purpose of each layer of NgRx and finding a better way to achieve it instead of eliminating it.
In this article, we will look at how to reduce the boilerplate code brought about by Actions and Reducers using Redux-Actions
Redux Toolkit is an opinionated, batteries-included toolset for efficient Redux development. In this article, you will see why the Redux Toolkit deserves more attention in the React community.
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.
Redux Toolkit popularity is growing every month. What exactly helps developers to write code faster, easier, more clearly? One of the helpers is createSlice function. createSlice takes an object of reducer functions, a slice name, and an initial state value and lets us auto-generate action types and action creators, based on the names of the reducer functions that we supply. It also helps you organize all of your Redux-related logic for a given slice into a single file.
If you are interested in redux, watch this video now!