Universal rendering, also called server-side rendering, means to render the React components to HTML on the server. This gives better SEO (search engine optimization) and… Continue reading Getting started with Universal rendering
Many times have I heard people asking the following: “Why is Async/Ajax in the advanced section of Redux docs? Shouldn’t it be simplified and put… Continue reading Async Actions with Redux Thunk demystified
The recipe for setting up a universal rendering in the official Redux docs are good but it lacks one thing: It doesn’t describe how to use Webpack… Continue reading How to create a server bundle with Webpack for universal rendering
Are you mainly using functional components in your React app but don’t know what is the best way to give them access to lifecycle methods… Continue reading How to add state to functional components using recompose
Take a look at these common questions and answers: Q: Where should I put my state? A: 2 options for putting it in React components. Or… Continue reading 4 questions to ask yourself when you get stuck with React
Do you feel unsure whether you really, really understand Redux? You might have a general idea of how it works, but yet you don’t know it to… Continue reading Code your own Redux part 2: the connect function
There are lots of resources for learning Redux. There is the official documentation, examples, tutorials, blog posts, boilerplates, Youtube videos, podcasts, etc… The list goes on.… Continue reading Learn Redux by coding a Mini-Redux
Many people who is in the process of learning Redux gets stuck when container components are introduced. It looks like a bunch of boiler plate code… Continue reading Are container components necessary when using Redux?