100 Days of Code: Day 79

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Today, I started learning about Redux, a predictable state container that can be used with JavaScript and React.js apps. I have learned some of the basics about Redux, including actions, reducers, the Redux store, and some of its methods.

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One of these days I’ll make a proper post about my Celtic Fest experience. In the meantime, let’s get down to my coding adventure for today.

Using Redux with JavaScript and React.js

Today, I started learning about Redux, a predictable state container that can be used with JavaScript and React.js apps. I have learned some of the basics, including actions, reducers, the Redux store, and some of its methods.

These are the Redux challenges that I have completed on Free Code Camp:

  • Create a Redux Store
  • Get State from the Redux Store
  • Define a Redux Action
  • Define an Action Creator
  • Dispatch an Action Event
  • Handle an Action in the Store
  • Use a Switch Statement to Handle Multiple Actions
  • Use const for Action Types
  • Register a Store Listener
  • Combine Multiple Reducers
  • Send Action Data to the Store

So far, the challenges have all been fairly simple. With only 6 remaining, I am starting to feel like there are still some blanks. I don’t quite understand how it’s going to all come together. Fortunately, there are more than a few tutorials and videos that can help fill in those blanks.

Redux Learning Resources

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