React Redux Documentation
React Redux Documentation
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React Redux Documentation

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Completed on 2020-08-09

About the Book

React Redux are official React bindings for Redux. This PDF ebook is a portable offline reference guide for the community, can be printed or synced with your kindle for a better reading experience. It's based on React Redux version v.7.2.1

This is an excellent reference format for React Redux beginners, is not a tutorial just the official documentation for your reference.

"Designed to work with React's component model. You define how to extract the values your component needs from Redux, and your component receives them as props."

"Creates wrapper components that manage the store interaction logic for you, so you don't have to write it yourself."

"Automatically implements complex performance optimizations, so that your own component only re-renders when the data it needs has actually changed."

Discover, What is React Redux? and then go through the Getting Started to learn how to quickly install React Redux and start building projects !!

This book is not officially endorsed by React Redux

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About the Author

Alejandro Garcia
Alejandro Garcia

I started my coding career back in 2003. Lately I've been involved a lot in Javascript for frontend and the backend.

I would love passing along to you some of the experiences and challenges I've faced over the years.

Table of Contents

  • This Book
    • Recommended Resources
    • Recommended Books
  • Quick Start
    • Installation
    • Provider
    • connect()
    • Help and Discussion
  • Basic Tutorial
    • A Todo List Example
    • Links
    • Get More Help
  • Why Use React Redux?
    • Integrating Redux with a UI
    • Reasons to Use React Redux
    • Links and References
  • Connect: Extracting Data with mapStateToProps
    • Defining mapStateToProps
    • Usage Guidelines
    • mapStateToProps and Performance
    • Behavior and Gotchas
    • Links and References
  • Connect: Dispatching Actions with mapDispatchToProps
    • Approaches for Dispatching
    • Two Forms of mapDispatchToProps
    • Defining mapDispatchToProps As A Function
    • Defining mapDispatchToProps As An Object
    • Common Problems
    • Links and References
  • Accessing the Store
    • Understanding Context Usage
    • Using the useStore Hook
    • Providing Custom Context
    • Multiple Stores
    • Using ReactReduxContext Directly
    • Further Resources
  • Static Typing
    • Typing the useSelector hook
    • Typing the useDispatch hook
    • Typing the connect higher order component
    • Recommendations
    • Resources
  • connect()
    • Overview
    • connect() Parameters
    • connect() Returns
    • Example Usage
    • Notes
  • Provider
    • Overview
  • connectAdvanced()
    • Arguments
    • Returns
    • Remarks
  • batch()
    • References
  • Hooks
    • Using Hooks in a React Redux App
    • useSelector()
    • Removed: useActions()
    • useDispatch()
    • useStore()
    • Custom context
    • Usage Warnings
    • Hooks Recipes
    • Troubleshooting

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