Christian Nwamba
Jan 19, 2019 ⋅ 5 min read

When (and when not) to use Redux

Christian Nwamba JS preacher. Developer 🥑. Building the web with the community @concatenateConf @forLoopAfrica. JS and Senior Advocacy for the Next Billion Users through Microsoft.

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7 Replies to "When (and when not) to use Redux"

  1. Why would anyone EVER use redux? Because they aren’t aware of MUCH simpler ways to solve the same problems.

  2. What exactly did you show in the example please?

    – how redux dispatch is called -> OK, shown
    – how programming a reducer is used to modify a shared state (redux store) -> OK, shown

    But the most important thing is — where is the actual logic?
    Where is the functional programming you are talking about?

    I don’t see any functionality, just a way to store information into a shared state.

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