You Might Not Need Redux

You Might Not Need #Redux

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If you’re working on an extensible terminal, a JavaScript debugger, or some kinds of webapps, it might be worth giving Redux a try, or at least considering some of its ideas.

@wiwer77: You Might Not Need #Redux

#ReactJS

If you’re working on an extensible terminal, a JavaScript debugger, or some kinds of webapps, it might be worth giving Redux a try, or at least considering some of its ideas.

However, if you’re just learning React, don’t make Redux your first choice. Instead learn to think in React. Come back to Redux if you find a real need for it, or if you want to try something new. But approach it with caution, just like you do with any highly opinionated tool.

Redux library itself is only a set of helpers to “mount” reducers to a single global store object. You can use as little, or as much of Redux, as you like.

Bram.us is the technical/geeky weblog of Bram Van Damme (nicknamed Bramus!), a 32 year old geezer raised in Deinze and living in Vinkt (Belgium) with his son Finn and his daughter Tila.

Professionally — after having worked as a web developer for several years at several web agencies — Bramus became a Lecturer Web Technologies within the study programme Professional Bachelor ICT.

Having worked in education for seven years he – in 2015 – moved on to become part of the team at Small Town Heroes (Ghent, Belgium). Bramus also freelances using the 3RDS moniker.

In his spare time Bramus likes to go Scuba Diving. In 2016 he became a certified PADI Master Scuba Diver. Fewer than two percent of divers ever achieve this rating.

Next to his ramblings here, you may also follow Bramus on Twitter. The RSS Feed of this blog is also available via Twitter.

You Might Not Need Redux