react-redux-crud - An example react-redux-saga CRUD application

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An example CRUD application for managing blog posts. Built with React, Redux and Redux Saga on the client side. The REST API server was generated with loopback.io and uses an in-memory database at runtime (persisting the models in a flat db.json file). This launches a backend API server listening at http://localhost:3001. You can browse the REST API at http://localhost:3001/explorer. To browse the API with Postman, import the server/react-redux-crud.postman_collection.json file.

https://github.com/maprihoda/react-redux-crud

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