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Modern Redux with Redux Toolkit (RTK) and TypeScript


Jamund Ferguson
40m closed-captioning
23 lessons
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In this course we take a basic shopping cart application built with React and fully power it with Redux and RTK using TypeScript. For those of you familiar with Redux Hooks, we use those here, but the emphasis is more on how the Redux Toolkit simplifies the process of setting up your redux application including building slices, reducers, selectors and thunks. Everything we do in the course is typed with TypeScript to make your application development process as smooth and powerful as possible.

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A Community Resource means that it’s free to access for all. The instructor of this lesson requested it to be open to the public.

What you'll learn:

  • Create slices of state in a Redux store
  • Select state for use throughout your application
  • Dispatch Redux actions
  • Handle Async actions

Course Content

40m • 23 lessons

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