Das Jahr 2019 neigt sich dem Ende zu und in der React-State-Management-Filterbubble rund um Redux hat sich eine ganze Menge getan. Doch immer schön der Reihe nach …Weiterlesen
One of these headaches is that Redux does not enforce a lot of it’s conventions, but when you don’t adhere to them, things start breaking further down the road in strange ways.
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.