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User interface built with React is a sum of components properly working together. Most of the components are affected by props passed by parent and higher order components, internal state modifications, event handlers, conditional rendering. If you want to be confident that your application will do the job in the real world, it’s good to start checking all of these factors in isolation. That’s what unit testing is all about.
The following is a visual guide to learning Redux. One focused on the core Redux principles explained with memorable associations and custom illustrations.
It is a well-known fact that people aren’t able to use all the potential hidden inside their personal computers, laptops or even smartphones. Just stop for a second and look around: we have technology that is capable of doing things that we cannot possibly imagine, yet we struggle to create a website that doesn’t lag on the newest MacBook Pro or create an android app that won’t crash every now and then on an 8 gig snapdragon 845 smartphone. We have hundreds, or even thousands of times more computing power than people had when they reached the moon.