REDUX

Redux is one of the most popular frameworks for front-end development. It is a predictable state container for javascript application.   It is going to be part of a series that will help you with data management for your web applications and also used for the entire applications state management and has consistent behavior for different environments (client, server, and native). Easy testing way available application and it has reducers, middleware, store enhancers.

There is three principal of Redux.

  1. Single source of truth.
  2. The state is read-only.
  3. Changes are made with pure functions.

Why use Redux?

  • Server-Side Rendering
  • One Store / Multiple Reducers
  • Documentation
  • Easy to Migrate
  • Developer Friendly

Benefits Of Redux

  • Predictability of outcome
  • There is always one source of truth, the store, with no confusion about how to sync the current state with actions and other parts of the application.
  • Maintainability
  • Having a predictable outcome and strict structure makes the code easier to maintain.
  • Organization
  • Redux is stricter about how code should be organized, which makes the code more consistent and easier for a team to work with.
  • Server rendering
  • This is very useful, especially for the initial render, making for a better user experience or search engine optimization. Just pass the store created on the server to the client side.
  • Developer tools
  • Developers can track everything going on in the app in real time, from actions to state changes.
  • Community and ecosystem
  • This is a huge plus whenever you’re learning or using any library or framework. Having a community behind Redux makes it even more appealing to use.
  • Ease of testing
  • The first rule of writing testable code is to write small functions that do only one thing and that are independent. Redux code is mostly functions that are just that: small, pure and isolated.