Get started with Redux Thunk

Get started with Redux Thunk

State is a big part of a React application, which is why Redux is commonly paired with it. That data often comes from a database, which requires a request and a response. For some applications, this communication can be constant. It can be tricky trying to manage solely within React components.

This also introduces some new problems – what happens if it loads slowly, or doesn't load at all? Every component dealing with asynchronous data would have to contain logic to handle these scenarios. 

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Matt Crouch

Matt Crouch is a front end developer who uses his knowledge of React, GraphQL and Styled Components to build online platforms for award-winning startups across the UK. He has written a range of articles and tutorials for net and Web Designer magazines covering the latest and greatest web development tools and technologies.