Javascript Fatigue
Eric Clemmons

It’s 2017 and after successful delivery of several projects in Redux, I found the approach not scaling well because of the unsolved problems: Functional Programming Fatigue (, The Absence of Standard Way to Encapsulate Containers Within Containers in Redux (, The Absence of the Standard Way to Handle Side Effects (I don’t like Sagas, those make restoring application state impossible after closing app).

I found myself switching so many times between FP and class-based MVC. Between single atom Elm-like rendering with tons of action wrapping and unwrapping boilerplate. Between using Snabbdom instead of React to perform fast in Mobile. So, I personally feel that the fatigue becoming worse. It’s Pandemic now.

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