Wiring up our Redux data flow

Now that we've had a look at what this data will look like, let's start writing some code. From the terminal, navigate to the root directory of RNNYT and run the following:

npm install redux react-redux redux-logger --save

We already discussed redux and react-redux at length in Chapter 5, Flux and Redux. redux-logger is a popular Redux middleware useful for observing changes to your app's Redux state tree from your browser's console. You may find it useful as you work through this chapter or future chapters.

Wiring up our Redux data flow

Next, let's reorganize our files and folders to match one of the more conventional project structures seen in ...

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