github.com/brunolm/react-how-to is a repository that shows how to do things by example.
Each Pull Request on this repository is a complete guide on how to do something, for example if you want to add
redux to your project you can just check this Pull Request and see some instructions and all changes required.
If you want to setup tests check this Pull Request.
Better than just reading some instructions you get a full example and a working project as a guide.
In redux there are actions and reducers.
An action executes some code and sends data to a reducer to update the application state. The application tends to get a bit messy the more actions and reducers you have.
To solve this problem I created this architecture
I’m never satisfied with bootstraps out there, so I’m always creating some simple ones. Well this one is a bit more complex than the other ones I’ve built because of the complexity of React and Redux.
Check it out at brunolm/ts-react-redux-startup
I recently started using Workflowy (it is free), which is a website where you can create lists and it allows you to use as a brain dump. If you want to check it out you can use this link to get extra items https://workflowy.com/invite/35df8d82.lnx
On my Knowledge List I added things about Redux, Babel, Webpack and everything else…