Articles tagged with redux thunk
The tagline for Redux Toolkit reads: “The official, opinionated, batteries-included toolset for efficient Redux development”. In this article, I would like to break down this statement, examine the claim to efficiency and give some examples to confirm its legitimacy. The “official” part clearly shows that the creators of Redux introduced Toolkit after having recognised that in its original form, Redux requires too much boilerplate code. As this excess of code can become problematic and rather messy (particularly in larger, more complex applications), they decided to upgrade it to a more opinionated tool to alleviate the need. In doing so, they have provided clearer guidance, a set of practical instructions and “good defaults for store setup out of the box”.