Archive for the ‘redux’ Category

Managing State in Aurelia: How to Use Aurelia with Redux

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Nowadays, when developing a web app, a lot of focus is placed on state containers — particularly on all sorts of Flux patterns. One of the most prominent implementations of Flux is Redux . For those of you who haven't caught the hype train yet, Redu...

Redux without React — State Management in Vanilla JavaScript

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I am one of those developers who likes to do things from scratch and get to know how everything works. Although I am aware of the (unnecessary) work I get myself into, it definitely helps me appreciate and understand what lies behind a specific framewo...

Build a Stateful Real-Time App with React Native and Pusher

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Users now expect apps to update and react to their actions in real-time. Thankfully there are a lot of language varieties and libraries now available to help you create these highly dynamic apps. In this tutorial you will learn how to build a real-time...

A Quick Look at the React and Redux DevTools

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I'm still quite a newbie at this stuff, but I think the development tooling around React and Redux is pretty dang impressive. Direct Link to Article — Permalink A Quick Look at the React and Redux DevTools is a post from CSS-Tricks

Redux Authentication: Secure Your Application with Auth0

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Redux is all the rage in the React community and beyond right now, and with good reason. It's a library created by Dan Abramov that brings sanity to handling unidirectional data flow and allows developers to use powerful development features like time ...

3 Lightweight React Alternatives: Preact, VirtualDom & Deku

This article was peer reviewed by Craig Bilner and Bruno Mota. Thanks to all of SitePoint's peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! React's declarative components and virtual DOM rendering have taken the world of frontend develo...

Leveling Up with React: Redux

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This tutorial is the final of a three-part series by Brad Westfall. We'll learn how to manage state across an entire application efficiently and in a way that can scale without dangerous complexity. We've come so far in our React journey, it's worth ma...

Bluff Your Way through React at the Dev Christmas Party

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If you're thinking of using React but are overwhelmed by the number of resources, have given up resisting the noise, or just want to keep abreast of the state of things, read on. If you already use React, hate React, still want to resist React…read o...

How to Build a Todo App Using React, Redux, and Immutable.js

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This article was rewritten on 3rd May, 2016. Comments relating to mistakes in the original article have been removed. The way React uses components and a one-way data flow makes it ideal for describing the structure of user interfaces, however its tool...

Forget Angular & Ember, React Has Already Won the Client-Side War

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In SitePoint's forums I stumbled across a thread entitled So Many Frameworks where Guido, confused at the sheer number of options available, was asking which JavaScript framework he should adopt to make his application more dynamic. Given what I've bee...