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- We create our Redux store with the initialState on the backend like this: – – The initialState variable is also sent to the frontend in a global variable so that the client side app gets the exact same state prefetched.
- Here are some examples of variables that we guard against on server side: – – The process for knowing when to add the guard is something like: – – We are also careful to only use dependencies that work with SSR.
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- The global state tree is cumbersome to maintain.
- Since the state tree needs to be immutable, lists also need to be.
- When there is a user, we can load the lists.
- Dispatch, also, by idiom/default, does not get access to the state tree.
- A reducer is responsible for just one branch of the state tree.
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