Chapter 2. Your first Redux application

This chapter covers

  • Configuring a Redux store
  • Connecting Redux to React with the react-redux package
  • Using actions and action creators
  • Using reducers to update state
  • Understanding container and presentational React components

By now, you’re almost certainly itching to get started on a Redux application. You have more than enough context to begin, so let’s scratch that itch. This chapter guides you through the set up and development of a simple task-management application using Redux to manage its state.

By the end of the chapter, you’ll have walked through a complete application, but more importantly, you’ll have learned enough of the fundamentals to leave the nest and create simple Redux applications ...

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