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Redux in Action by Marc Garreau and Will Faurot

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Chapter 3. Debugging Redux applications

This chapter covers

  • Working with the Redux developer tools
  • Understanding the role of monitors
  • Using hot module replacement

Debugging isn’t only a thing you do when you’re given a bug report. The same tools and developer experience are essential to developing new features, too. In chapter 1, you learned that Redux was born out of a desire for a better client-side development experience. In this chapter, we’ll talk about a few areas where the Redux developer tools can provide better insight into an application, save valuable developer hours, and make for a more enjoyable day on the job.

Historically, time spent tracking down unexpected behavior could be one of the most egregious time sinks in a developer’s ...

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