In this tutorial, we will learn how to creating Spotify from Scratch using Redux — An Explanation of Playback Capability in React Redux. I’d like to talk about the feature that I think most developers have had issues with when they’ve tried to create a Spotify application: actually playing music from the application.
As programmers, one of our core instincts is the desire to actually create our favorite websites, to know how they were created and build them ourselves — demystifying these programs we use every single day.
Personally, the website I spend the most time on is Spotify. As an audio engineer and programmer, I’m constantly using the site to listen to client music, creating playlists that inspire my work, and in general enjoying music as I go about my daily activities.
Spotify is a complex website, so I challenged myself to make a similar program using Redux. Though it isn’t an exact duplicate; I emulated a lot of the core Spotify features and created a very user-friendly interface. I got a little excited working on this so the amount of code that went into this is far too much to explain in a singular blog post, so I’d like to talk about the feature that I think most developers have had issues with when they’ve tried to create a Spotify application: actually playing music from the application.
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.
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