Reduce Redux Boilerplate with Redux-Actions

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Andy Van Slaars
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Andy Van Slaars

Andy is a full stack JavaScript developer currently working as an enterprise architect for Cengage Learning. In his role, Andy is responsible for strategic technology decisions for educational applications for both web and mobile applications. He loves learning new libraries, languages and tools and is passionate about sharing what he learns with others.

About the Course

Redux is a powerful way to manage application state, but that power can come with a lot of code. A single update can sometimes require changes across many files and the code required to define action creators and to handle those actions in your reducer can start to get pretty repetitive.

The redux-actions library offers a small but powerful API to help cut down on some of the boilerplate that is typical of an application that uses Redux to handle state management.