What Is Redux?
Redux is a state management library that allows users to maintain the state of the entire application in a single immutable tree. If you have worked with React long enough, then you know that there is some pain in dealing with handling the states when your application scales up. Moving one state from one component to the next and drilling it down further causes a lot of frustration and annoyance and to be quite frank not a really good solution in handling that… Redux is able to solve all that.
Redux helps you write applications that behave consistently, run in different environments, and are easy to test.
The frustration that comes along with learning Redux is that it is very hard to get started. There are too many components that you have to set up before you are able to use it. I’m here to tell you that, it is simple. To understand Redux, we need to fully grasp the fundamental ideas behind it. For me, I like to think of Redux as a tool that is made up of three main ideas: store, actions, and reducers.
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