The first in a series of posts about Redux, the de-facto state storage engine for React, and how to integrate it with a React app. In this first article we make a case for Redux over passing props for events and data, and show a simple configuration.
There are several projects that have been bringing a reducer-based state store to Angular, namely @ngrx/store by Rob Wormald, and angular-redux/ng2-redux. Both teams are developing APIs in the style of Redux, which is a functional-programming-driven immutable state store, using reducer functions and a dispatching mechanism to handle changes in state. Let’s see how they work.