redux-devtools-test-generator - Generate tests right in Redux DevTools.

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Watch my presentation at React Europe to see how it works. If you use Redux DevTools Extension, Remote Redux DevTools or RemoteDev, it's already there, and no additional actions required.

https://github.com/zalmoxisus/redux-devtools-test-generator

Dependencies:

devui : ^1.0.0-0
es6template : ^1.0.4
javascript-stringify : ^1.2.0
jsan : ^3.1.3
object-path : ^0.11.1
prop-types : ^15.5.10
react : ^15.1.0
react-icons : ^2.2.3
simple-diff : ^1.3.0

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