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- Goodbye Redux – Hacker Noon
- Getting Started with Redux
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A complete breakdown on why we needed Redux in the past, and why we don’t any more.
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When I started using React, there was no Redux. There was only the Flux architecture, and about a dozen competing implementations of it.
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