Awesome Redux Cheat Sheet

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Here is the cheatsheat of Awesome Redux and basic guide on how to use Awesome Redux

redux-actions[edit | edit source]

Create action creators in flux standard action format. {: .-setup}

increment = createAction('INCREMENT', amount => amount)
increment = createAction('INCREMENT')  // same
increment(42) === { type: 'INCREMENT', payload: 42 }
// Errors are handled for you:
err = new Error()
increment(err) === { type: 'INCREMENT', payload: err, error: true }

redux-actions {: .-crosslink}

flux-standard-action[edit | edit source]

A standard for flux action objects. An action may have an error, payload and meta and nothing else. {: .-setup}

{ type: 'ADD_TODO', payload: { text: 'Work it' } }
{ type: 'ADD_TODO', payload: new Error(), error: true }

flux-standard-action {: .-crosslink}

redux-multi[edit | edit source]

Dispatch multiple actions in one action creator. {: .-setup}

store.dispatch([
  { type: 'INCREMENT', payload: 2 },
  { type: 'INCREMENT', payload: 3 }
])

redux-multi {: .-crosslink}

reduce-reducers[edit | edit source]

Combines reducers (like combineReducers()), but without namespacing magic. {: .-setup}

re = reduceReducers(
  (state, action) => state + action.number,
  (state, action) => state + action.number
)

re(10, { number: 2 })  //=> 14

reduce-reducers {: .-crosslink}

redux-logger[edit | edit source]

Logs actions to your console. {: .-setup}

// Nothing to see here

redux-logger {: .-crosslink}

Async[edit | edit source]

redux-promise[edit | edit source]

Pass promises to actions. Dispatches a flux-standard-action. {: .-setup}

increment = createAction('INCREMENT')  // redux-actions
increment(Promise.resolve(42))

redux-promise {: .-crosslink}

redux-promises[edit | edit source]

Sorta like that, too. Works by letting you pass thunks (functions) to dispatch(). Also has ‘idle checking’. {: .-setup}

fetchData = (url) => (dispatch) => {
  dispatch({ type: 'FETCH_REQUEST' })
  fetch(url)
    .then((data) => dispatch({ type: 'FETCH_DONE', data })
    .catch((error) => dispatch({ type: 'FETCH_ERROR', error })
})

store.dispatch(fetchData('/posts'))
// That's actually shorthand for:
fetchData('/posts')(store.dispatch)

redux-promises {: .-crosslink}

redux-effects[edit | edit source]

Pass side effects declaratively to keep your actions pure. {: .-setup}

{
  type: 'EFFECT_COMPOSE',
  payload: {
    type: 'FETCH'
    payload: {url: '/some/thing', method: 'GET'}
  },
  meta: {
    steps: [ [success, failure] ]
  }
}

redux-effects {: .-crosslink}

redux-thunk[edit | edit source]

Pass “thunks” to as actions. Extremely similar to redux-promises, but has support for getState. {: .-setup}

fetchData = (url) => (dispatch, getState) => {
  dispatch({ type: 'FETCH_REQUEST' })
  fetch(url)
    .then((data) => dispatch({ type: 'FETCH_DONE', data })
    .catch((error) => dispatch({ type: 'FETCH_ERROR', error })
})

store.dispatch(fetchData('/posts'))
// That's actually shorthand for:
fetchData('/posts')(store.dispatch, store.getState)
// Optional: since fetchData returns a promise, it can be chained
// for server-side rendering
store.dispatch(fetchPosts()).then(() => {
  ReactDOMServer.renderToString(<MyApp store={store} />)
})

redux-thunk {: .-crosslink}

Credit:rstacruz