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redux-rx - RxJS utilities for Redux.

  •    Javascript

selectState() should return a sequence of props that can be passed to the child. This provides a great integration point for sideways data-loading. Pretty simple, right? Notice how there are no event handlers to clean up, no componentWillReceiveProps(), no setState. Everything is just a sequence.

flux-standard-action - A human-friendly standard for Flux action objects.

  •    Javascript

A human-friendly standard for Flux action objects. Feedback welcome. It's much easier to work with Flux actions if we can make certain assumptions about their shape. For example, essentially all Flux actions have an identifier field, such as type, actionType, or actionId. Many Flux implementations also include a way for actions to indicate success or failure, especially as the result of a data-fetching operation. Defining a minimal, common standard for these patterns enables the creation of useful tools and abstractions.

redux-actions - Flux Standard Action utilities for Redux.

  •    Javascript

The npm package provides a CommonJS build for use in Node.js, and with bundlers like Webpack and Browserify. It also includes an ES modules build that works well with Rollup and Webpack2's tree-shaking. The UMD build exports a global called window.ReduxActions if you add it to your page via a <script> tag. We don’t recommend UMD builds for any serious application, as most of the libraries complementary to Redux are only available on npm.

redux-promise - FSA-compliant promise middleware for Redux.

  •    Javascript

FSA-compliant promise middleware for Redux. The default export is a middleware function. If it receives a promise, it will dispatch the resolved value of the promise. It will not dispatch anything if the promise rejects.




redux-storage - Persistence layer for redux with flexible backends

  •    Javascript

Save and load the Redux state with ease. And you need to install at least one redux-storage-engine, as redux-storage is only the "management core".

redux-define - Define action constants for Redux

  •    Javascript

If you don’t use npm, you may grab the latest UMD build from unpkg (either a development or a production build). The UMD build exports a global called window.ReduxDefine if you add it to your page via a <script> tag. We don’t recommend UMD builds for any serious application, as most of the libraries complementary to Redux are only available on npm.

redux-log-slow-reducers - Warn about slow reducers used in your redux app

  •    Javascript

Warn about slow reducers in your Redux app. My focus has left the node / react ecosystem and this module is no longer maintained.

redux-middleware-react-native-appstate - Glue AppState from react-native to Redux

  •    Javascript

Glue AppState from react-native to Redux. My focus has left the node / react ecosystem and this module is no longer maintained.


redux-middleware-react-native-netinfo - Glue NetInfo from react-native to Redux

  •    Javascript

Glue NetInfo from react-native to Redux. My focus has left the node / react ecosystem and this module is no longer maintained.

redux-simple-promise - FSA-compliant promise middleware for Redux with simple behaviour with minimal boilerplate declarations

  •    Javascript

FSA-compliant promise middleware for Redux with simple behaviour with minimal boilerplate declarations. To use the middleware, dispatch a promise property and optional additional properties within the payload of the action and specify the action type string as you normally do.

hard-reducer - Type friendly reducer helper

  •    Javascript

Type friendly facade for better reducer. Check this code to know detail.

fsa-creator - Flux Standard Action creation with schema validation.

  •    Javascript

Flux Standard Action creation with schema validation. This module started as a fork of redux-actions by Andrew Clark. It focuses in the creation of actions with handy specifications of mapping functions and schema validation.

typescript-fsa - Type-safe action creator utilities

  •    TypeScript

Async Action Creators are objects with properties started, done and failed whose values are action creators. You can specify a prefix that will be prepended to all action types. This is useful to namespace library actions as well as for large projects where it's convenient to keep actions near the component that dispatches them.

redux-either - FSA-compliant either monad middleware for redux

  •    Javascript

FSA-compliant either monad middleware for Redux. This is based on redux-future.

redux-io - FSA-compliant io monad middleware for redux

  •    Javascript

FSA-compliant io monad middleware for Redux. This is based on redux-future.

typescript-fsa-reducers - Fluent syntax for defining typesafe reducers on top of typescript-fsa.

  •    TypeScript

Fluent syntax for defining typesafe Redux reducers on top of typescript-fsa. It removes the boilerplate normally associated with writing reducers, including if-else chains, the default case, and the need to pull the payload field off of the action.

redux-validate-fsa - Redux middleware that validates if an action is a Flux Standard Action (FSA).

  •    Javascript

Redux middleware that validates if an action is a Flux Standard Action (FSA). The ignore argument specify actions that should be skipped from the FSA check. This is useful when dealing with non-compliant actions from third-party libraries.

redux-debounce - FSA-compliant middleware for Redux to debounce actions.

  •    Javascript

FSA-compliant middleware for Redux to debounce actions. Debounce middleware should be placed near the top of the chain.

redux-standard-action - A human-friendly standard for Redux action objects.

  •    Javascript

A human-friendly standard for Redux action objects. Feedback welcome. It's much easier to work with Redux actions if we can make certain assumptions about their shape. For example, essentially all Redux actions have an identifier field, such as type, actionType, or actionId. Many Redux implementations also include a way for actions to indicate success or failure, especially as the result of a data-fetching operation. Defining a minimal, common standard for these patterns enables the creation of useful tools and abstractions.






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