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React and React Native by Adam Boduch

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Scaling the architecture

By now, you probably have a pretty good handle on Flux concepts, the mechanisms of Redux, and how they're used to implement sound information architectures for React applications. The question then becomes, How sustainable is this approach, and can it handle arbitrarily large and complex applications?

I think Redux is a great way to implement large-scale React applications. You can predict what's going to happen as the result of any given action because everything is explicit. It's declarative. It's unidirectional and without side-effects. But, it isn't without challenges.

The limiting factor with Redux is also its bread and butter; because everything is explicit, applications that need to scale up, in terms of feature count ...

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