React + Redux — Tips and Best Practices for Clean, Reliable & Maintainable Code
I’m in the midst of creating a advanced React training program, and one of the segments is a broad overview of React + Redux tips and best practices. It strives to teach everyone at least one thing new, but hopefully more, about React.
I’m sharing the no frills slides with you in the hopes that you’ll learn something new, and if you do, that you’ll kindly contribute by adding a tip or best practice of your own in the comments below.
Edit: Fixed typos, thanks for pointing those out :)