Learning redux with reducks – beyond JavaScript

Over this series we’ve been looking at how we would write a library which mimics the functionality of Redux from scratch to understand how it works at the most basic of levels. What we’ve seen is that there’s three basic components, a…

Over this series we’ve been looking at how we would write a library which mimics the functionality of Redux from scratch to understand how it works at the most basic of levels. What we’ve seen is that there’s three basic components, a Store which is our central point, Actions which indicate something happening and Reducers which handle something happening. Really this is just a simple pattern for data flow, so I wanted now to explore how we could go beyond JavaScript with Redux and create something else.
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