6 lessons learned from going to production with React-Redux
Royi Schwartz
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Thanks for a very useful and interesting post. I especially like #5 which is a great practice regardless of which framework you use.

If you havent had a chance yet I really recommend checking out redux-saga (http://yelouafi.github.io/redux-saga) which makes it more sane to synchronize async operations in a react+redux app.

I’ve written several features with react/redux already and love it but im curious to see how easy or difficult it will be to write a large app, with many (hundreds) of actions and reducers, on this stack…

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