We introduce Zedux, a new React state management library, examine its features, and see how it compares to Redux.
This guide provides a foundational understanding of Redux, highlighting its functionalities and why you should use it for state management.
Explore the differences between using Redux and the Context API and React Hooks to simplify state management in React.
In this tutorial, we learn how to set up and use TypeScript with Redux Toolkit, which makes implementing Redux less tedious.
Learn how to incorporate Redux, the most popular state management tool, into Next.js quickly and easily in this full tutorial.
Let’s explore how both Redux and Vuex work and determine which popular state management library solution is best for your project.
Learn how to use Redux and a library like Axios to turn data fetching and state management from a nightmare to a breeze.
User authentication can be handled in a myriad of ways. We’ll learn how to use Redux Toolkit (RTK) to create a frontend authentication workflow in React.
Even when we leave our app and come back later, Redux Persist fetches the data from AsyncStorage and initializes the Redux store with it.
connect(): When and how to use it
The React Redux package provides React bindings for the Redux state container, making it very easy to connect a React application to a Redux store.
With the Redux Persist library, developers can save the Redux store in persistent storage. Therefore, even after refreshing the browser, the site state will still be preserved.
Redux Toolkit’s new listener middleware is a great alternative to Redux Saga, with a few caveats – learn all about it in this complete guide.