4 things for efficient Redux
Irakli Janiashvili

I think listening to one action in multiple reducers is bad practice. It’s better to have more atomic and independent actions that change only one part of state — they can be composed in more complex actions and reused easily. The problem of multiple rerenders can be solved than by batching reduction of thoose actions.

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