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Managing your React state with Redux

  • React Redux

    In this post we will take a look at using Redux for managing the state in React apps. Redux is a very simple library that enables predictable atomic state changes. While the API is tiny and easy to learn, it gives you a lot of power and solves many of the problems when handling the application state and sharing data between components.

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  • Hi, This is a nice article explaining react and redux.

  • Good article!

    Just small question: isn’t using “actions: bindActionCreators(Actions, dispatch)” breaks the whole idea of container/component approach? Since you are using connect it actually creates another component for you, which is called a container, but for me it seems that you don’t have the presentational components, cause they are not dumb (meaning they know the logic of your app).