React state management - useReducer vs Redux

This blog explores useReducer vs Redux, delving into their definitions, use cases, code samples and when to choose each for efficient state management.

Deciding which state management to use: opting between useContext and Redux

In this article, we will explore two effective strategies for managing state in React apps: the useContext hook and Redux Toolkit. The article provides practical code examples for both the useContext hook and Redux Toolkit, and it discusses the advantages, disadvantages, and best-fit scenarios for each approach.

Normalizing Redux state to ensure good performance in React apps

In complex applications, client apps have to store and manage a large amount of nested data, and if the data is not normalized, it can be incredibly time-consuming for a program to lookup nested data which could become a performance concern.

Redux 4.1.0 converts error messages from strings to error code indexes

Redux 4.1.0 extracts error messages from production build, converts them into error code indexes, thereby shrinking the bundle size.