Redux State Management
#What is Redux?
#Redux Key Features
Most recognizable Redux features include:
- Centralized Store: Redux provides a single source of truth for the application state.
- Predictable: The state of the application can only be modified in a predictable way by dispatching actions to the store.
- Immutable State: Redux state is immutable, which means that it cannot be changed directly. Instead, a new state object is created for every action.
- Time Travel: Redux provides the ability to replay past actions and inspect the state of the application at any point in time.
- Middleware: Redux supports middleware, which allows for additional functionality to be added to the dispatch process.
- DevTools: Redux provides a set of developer tools that make it easy to debug and optimize the application.
Some of the Redux use-cases are:
- Large-scale applications with complex data flows that require a predictable state management system.
- Applications that require time-travel debugging or undo/redo functionality.
- Applications that need to share state between different parts of the application or between different users.
Redux is a predictable state container that provides a centralized store for application state, immutable state updates, time-travel debugging, middleware support, and developer tools. It is commonly used in large-scale applications with complex data flows that require a predictable and manageable state management system.