Redux, Immutability, and Higher Order Components

Redux, immutability, and higher order components:  #ReactJS

  • A higher order component is exactly what it sounds like — it is the React component equivalent of a higher order function.
  • In React, a higher order component is a function that accepts a component and returns an enhanced component with superhero abilities.
  • A simple example of a higher order function in Haskell that takes a function and applies it twice to something.
  • , connect() is, through mapDispatchToProps() , subscribing the TodoList component to a change handler that will toggle a todo when the todo is clicked.
  • Well, arguably, one of the key concepts when using Redux with React lies in a higher order component: connect() .

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@ReactiveConf: “Redux, immutability, and higher order components: #ReactJS”


As I wrote in a previous blog post, immutability is an important concept that can bring many benefits to development. In fact, it’s been embraced by javascript land, most notably by the ultra-popular framework, Redux.


Redux, Immutability, and Higher Order Components

More Ways to Extend React Storybook — KADIRA VOICE

We've introduce a new extension API for #reactjs storybook:

  • Today, we are introducing an extension API with which you can write extensions to React Storybook.
  • With addons you can add new functionalities to React Storybook.
  • We started to look for new ways to extend React Storybook while maintaining its stability.
  • You can also share extensions you’ve built and use extensions created by others .
  • You can use the Storybook UI to display anything you want.

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@kadirahq: “We’ve introduce a new extension API for #reactjs storybook:”


We wanted React Storybook to be stable and customizable from day one. This came with a price: contributing to React Storybook was harder…


More Ways to Extend React Storybook — KADIRA VOICE