Expanded Library

Mastering Flux and Redux 3

by Daniel Stern

Redux is one of the most popular JavaScript libraries of all time, according to GitHub, and it's all based on Flux. This course will teach you all levels of Flux and Redux implementation.

What you'll learn

At the core of any solid web application is an effective and well-managed data model. In this course, Mastering Flux and Redux, you'll learn the skills and technologies necessary to manage your application's data model in extremely efficient and standards-compliant ways. First, you'll learn all about the popular data-modeling libraries Flux and Redux; their differences and similarities, how they relate to one another, and which is appropriate for what kind of projects. Next, you'll apply what you've learned in four modules packed with hands-on demos where you will build a 3-part Flux and Redux application featuring a message board, a TodoMVC page, and a control panel. Then, you'll explore the skills needed to create any Flux or Redux application, modeling changes with actions, and developing idempotent functions for reducers. Finally, you'll create Redux stores with reducers and middleware, combining reducers, using and implementing a dispatcher, and much more. When you're finished, you'll have a deep understanding of both Flux and Redux, allowing you to implement them for any project you choose, integrate seamlessly into any workplace project employing either of these technologies, and get started towards developing your own implementations and middleware.

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About the author

Daniel Stern is a coder, web developer and programming enthusiast from Toronto, Ontario, where he works as a freelance developer and designer. Daniel has been working with web technologies since the days of the dial-up, and is especially keen on JavaScript, CSS, Angular, React and TypeScript. Over the course of his work as an open-source developer, he's created many community-standards web tools including Angular Audio and Range.CSS. His tool, Range.CSS, was featured in a guest article on CSS-T... more

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