The most unknown redux performance trick

Regarding optimizing redux, there are some well known techniques: memoizing, using reselect for example. But there is one that remains unknown to many, although it’s simple and very efficient: The connect’s areStatesEqual option…. Source: https://medium.com/@jidefr/the-most-unknown-redux-performance-trick-986fdfe871fa

Using object spread operator in redux.

Since one of the core principles of Redux is to never mutate state, you’ll often find yourself using Object.assign() to create copies of objects with new or updated values. For example, in the myApp Object.assign() is used to return new state with updated property qty…. Source: https://medium.com/@ashu.singh212/using-object-spread-operator-in-redux-1f63c8803621

To Redux or Not: the Art of Structuring State in React Apps

For a high-quality, in-depth introduction to React, you can’t go past Canadian full-stack developer Wes Bos. Try his course here, and use the code SITEPOINT to get 25% off and to help support SitePoint. One common trend I find among most Redux developers is a hatred towards setState()…. Source: https://www.sitepoint.com/redux-not-art-structuring-state-react-apps/

Getting Started with Redux

For a high-quality, in-depth introduction to React, you can’t go past Canadian full-stack developer Wes Bos. Try his course here, and use the code SITEPOINT to get 25% off and to help support SitePoint. A typical web application is usually composed of several UI components that share data…. Source: https://www.sitepoint.com/getting-started-redux/

React + Router + Redux and Server Side Rendering

At my work I use React as the primary UI framework, adoption started with the service site, a huge web application (hundreds of screens and dozens of flows and wizards) that allows users and admins to configure the system…. Source: https://medium.com/disdj/react-router-redux-and-server-side-rendering-2d87d3a58cf8

Bookshop With React & Redux II: Async Requests With Thunks

JavaScript is the language on fire. Build an app for any platform you want including website, server, mobile, and desktop. Previously, we got ourselves started with React with Redux fundamentals and touched all the core concepts of Redux including Actions, Reducers and Stores…. Source: https://scotch.io/tutorials/bookshop-with-react-redux-ii-async-requests-with-thunks