Disclaimer: this article targets developers that are using Redux with React. If you are using Redux with another Framework, this article might not be important for you.
Last thursday, Dan Abramov gave a talk on JSConf Iceland called „Beyond React 16“. A few hours later, react-etc.net featured an article titled RIP Redux: Dan Abramov announces future fetcher API. While I agree with almost nothing that article has to say about Redux, the article got one thing right: Somewhere between 6 or 12 months from now, the way we are using Redux (at least when starting a new project) will be drastically different from the way we are using it today.
But before we take a gaze into the crystal ball, let’s take a step back and see what happened.