This is an updated version of my past blog post, How to Implement Redux in A React Application, that now uses hooks, specifically
useDispatch. Feel free to poke around with this sample code.
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Along with my other blog on the basic setup of Redux, Redux with Hooks: Basic Setup, I thought it would be helpful to write out the steps to adding Thunk to your React-Redux application. Feel free to check out the sample code!
Step 1: Run
npm install redux-thunk.
Unless you are specifically interested in
mapDispatchToProps, please check out the updated version of this blog, Redux with Hooks: Basic Setup, that incorporates
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