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Developer Tools to power-up Redux development workflow or any other architecture which handles the state change. It can be used as a browser extension (for Chrome, Edge and Firefox), as a standalone app or as a React component integrated in the client app. If you want to have full control over where DevTools are displayed, or are developing a custom monitor, you will probably want to integrate them manually. It’s more steps, but you will have full control over monitors and their configuration. omewhere in your project, create a DevTools component by passing a monitor element to createDevTools. A store enhancer is a function that enhances the behavior of createStore(). You can pass store enhancer as the last optional argument to createStore(). The easiest way to apply several store enhancers in a row is to use the compose() utility function that ships with Redux.
- Provides hot reloading, action replay, and customizable UI features
- Your reducers have to be pure and free of side effects to work correctly with DevTools
- We're using SocketCluster for realtime communication, which provides a fast and scalable webSocket layer and a minimal pub/sub system
- When a monitor action is emitted, you'll get an event on the subscribed function
- Power-up Redux development workflow or any other architecture
- Use it as a browser extension, as a standalone app or as a React component
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