Redux in Action (Manning)
Thursday, 22 November 2018

This book shows how to integrate Redux into your React application and development environment. Authors Marc Garreau and Will Faurot show how to effectively managing state in web applications. Built around common use cases, this practical book starts with a simple task-management application built in React. It book then moves on showing how to use the app to learn the Redux workflow, handle asynchronous actions, and get your hands on the Redux developer tools. Each step illustrates more about Redux and the benefits of centralized state management.

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Author: Marc Garreau and Will Faurot
Publisher: Manning
Date: June 2018
Pages: 312
ISBN: 978-1617294976
Print: 1617294977
Audience: Web developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Web design and development 

 

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Contents include:

  • Using Redux in an existing React application
  • Handling side effects with the redux-saga library
  • Consuming APIs with asynchronous actions
  • Unit testing a React and Redux application

 

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