In the past two articles, we’ve talked a lot about
redux-saga in the abstract, without much concern for real-world applications. Now that we’re equipped with new knowledge, we’re ready to jump in and start putting the pieces back together.
First, we’ll take a look at a pattern for structuring behavior in single-page applications using
redux-little-router, and then we’ll build a saga that implements the business logic for a basic form.
I really love
... read the whole story at formidable.com.
redux-little-router, and I’m not just saying that because it’s a Formidable project. When you’re already reading from the Redux store to access state and dispatching Redux actions to modify state, it feels very elegant to interact with the browser location the same way. However, when used in conjunction with