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Redux Quick Start Guide

By : James Lee, Tao Wei, Suresh Kumar Mukhiya
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Redux Quick Start Guide

By: James Lee, Tao Wei, Suresh Kumar Mukhiya

Overview of this book

Starting with a detailed overview of Redux, we will follow the test-driven development (TDD) approach to develop single-page applications. We will set up JEST for testing and use JEST to test React, Redux, Redux-Sage, Reducers, and other components. We will then add important middleware and set up immutableJS in our application. We will use common data structures such as Map, List, Set, and OrderedList from the immutableJS framework. We will then add user interfaces using ReactJS, Redux-Form, and Ant Design. We will explore the use of react-router-dom and its functions. We will create a list of routes that we will need in order to create our application, and explore routing on the server site and create the required routes for our application. We will then debug our application and integrate Redux Dev tools. We will then set up our API server and create the API required for our application. We will dive into a modern approach to structuring our server site components in terms of Model, Controller, Helper functions, and utilities functions. We will explore the use of NodeJS with Express to build the REST API components. Finally, we will venture into the possibilities of extending the application for further research, including deployment and optimization.
Table of Contents (16 chapters)
Title Page
Copyright and Credits
About Packt

Users pages

In this section, we're going to create three different types of components: a component to list all the users, a component to add a new user, and a component to edit the user. 

Listing all of the users

Let's create a component that will be used to list all of the users. The list will contain the user name, user email, role, and two action buttons to view and delete the user. The intended view of the user listing will look like the following screenshot:

Figure 5.5 - User listing view

Let's add the search form on the user listing page, as follows:

import React from 'react';
import PropTypes from 'prop-types';
import { Form, Spin } from 'antd';
import { Field, reduxForm } from 'redux-form/immutable';
import renderInput from 'components/Form/Fields/search';

import './style.css';

const SearchForm = props => {
  const { handleSubmit, submitting } = props;

  return (
    <Form onSubmit={handleSubmit} className="form-user-containers">
      <Spin spinning={submitting} tip=...