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Add more state to your application.
Using a state management library like Redux can alleviate some of the issues that crop up in more complex applications.
Goals for Redux
There are a couple important goals for Redux that you need to keep in mind to understand the benefit of redux i.e Deterministic View Renders and Deterministic State Reproduction. Determinism is important for application testability and diagnosing and fixing bugs. If your application views and state are non deterministic, it’s impossible to know whether or not the views and state will always be valid. You might even say that non determinism is a bug in itself. Redux has caught on so much that it’s not just being used for React anymore. You can find Redux architecture implementations for other frameworks also, including Angular. With a few simple operators, you can implement Redux-like state machine, schedule animation or deal with any type of events no matter whether it’s WebSocket message or filling in the text input.
Understanding how Redux works
The way Redux works is simple. There is a central store that holds the entire state of the application. Each component can access the stored state without having to send down props from one component to another. There are three building parts: actions, store, and reducers. Let’s briefly discuss what each of them does. This is important as they help you understand the benefits of Redux and how it’s to be used. We’ll be implementing a similar example to the login component above but this time in Redux.
Reducers in Redux
Some stuff we did
- Requirement Analysis
- Select Best Model and Timeline
- Project Implementation and Deployment