What is React Redux?
It is the official React binding for Redux. It lets your React components read data from a Redux store, and dispatch actions to the store to update data. It is designed to work with React's component model. You define how to extract the values your component needs from Redux, and your component receives them as props.
React Redux is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to React Redux's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses React Redux?
61 companies reportedly use React Redux in their tech stacks, including Indeed, frontend, and Aircall.
850 developers on StackShare have stated that they use React Redux.
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React Redux's Features
- Designed to work with React's component model
- manage the store interaction logic for you
- complex performance optimizations
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