Build A Media Library With React, Redux, and Redux-saga – Part 2
In part 2 of this tutorial, which is unarguably the most interesting part of building React/Redux application, we will setup application state management with redux, connect our React components to the store, and then deploy to Heroku. We will walk through this part in eight steps:
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Learn the React basics by building a simple to-do application. As the topic implies, we are going to be building a To-Do application with React. Do not expect any surprises such as managing state with a state management library like Flux or Redux. I promise it will strictly be React. Maybe in following articles we can employ something like Redux but we want to focus on React and make sure everybody is good with React itself.
React components turn data into DOM elements every time the data changes, in a performant way. So you don’t have to worry about syncing your data with the DOM. In contrast to MVC, React is better used with the Flux architecture. Redux is a functional approach to Flux. The application state is only mutated by the “Store” in response to “Actions”, and turned into the DOM by the React components that are the “View”.
We'll learn how to manage state across an entire application efficiently and in a way that can scale without dangerous complexity. We've come so far in our React journey, it's worth making it across the finish line here and getting the full bang-for-our-buck out of this development approach.
React is ushering a new era in front end. Published by Facebook, it has rapidly become a popular library used in production by many technology companies. In this article, we’re going to discuss a new complementary React framework called Relay. React is primarily a view layer library. This has caused some teams to hit unknown territory or limitations while building projects that require a different infrastructure.
The last major React-related topic we are going to look at is less about React and more about setting up your development environment to build a React app. Up until now, we've been building our React apps by including a few script files..