00:00 We've created this reducer for our application, but we still need to install Redux and then use the reducer to control our application state. In the terminal, I'm going to use yarn to add Redux by running yarn add redux.
00:19 Now that Redux that has been installed as a dependency of the project, we're going to create a new file directly in the source, and we're going to call this store.js. In store.js we're going to import a function called createStore from Redux, and we're also going to import our reducer.
00:43 We'll import reducer, we don't need the curly braces here because that was our default export. That will be from reducer/todo. Now, I'm going to export defaults and I'm going to call createStore, and I'm going to pass createStore my reducer.
01:05 With our store created, I'm going to open index.js and I'm going to import store from and the path to store. Now, I'm going to get rid of this state object, and I'm going to replace this with a call to store.getState, and then in my app rather than passing in todos as its own property, I'm just going to spread state and I'm going to save this.
01:44 Then back in the terminal, I'm going to start the application with yarn start, and I'm going to switch back to the browser and we'll see that our application is running, but I'm no longer displaying any todos.
01:56 The reason for this is that I got rid of those hard-coded todos that were in that initial state, and instead our store is calling a reducer, and a reducer is getting an undefined state on the first run, and it's using this initial state.
02:09 I can fix this by adding a couple of objects to this todos array. I'm just going to paste in a few todo objects here, and I'm going to save this. When our browser reloads, we'll see that we have todo objects being loaded through our store.