Redux setup structure

Hi all,

I have been using redux for a while and one thing I really like about it is that everybody has a different approach to how to use it.

Because of this, I feel that there should be more shared knowledge about how to structure a Redux Store.

On this topic, I have made a medium page to gather all of the different practices used by developers.
You can find it here

If you want to add anything to the practices already in the documents, just write down here, or in the medium page comment section.

Thank you so much for your support.

Everybody who use redux follow the architecture with Action and Reducer folders…
But sadly with react hooks it is complete different now :slight_smile:

With hooks, just do one reducer state by container, and one global with context if you need to share some states globally.

The trend about sharing all the states globally is no more.

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