- Redux.js only has one store with a single state object that holds all the front end data needed for your app.
- The data I needed for this view was the array of dog walkers.
- In order to display that data, I used a component state property called animals, which would represent the animal objects in an array.
- Essentially any component that is connected to the state object can access any key-value pair it needs, making working with the single Redux store very convenient.
Over the last few weeks, I have begun to compare the flux flow of React.js and Redux.js’s flow while working on projects. The two are both very powerful and work very well with front end views that users interact with. I learned React first, working in the flux flow, and recently have been developing with React-Redux.…
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