Echo JS 0.11.0

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xab 429 days ago. link 1 point
I'm really new to redux, so can anyone tell me, which redux based react router is the way to go nowdays? I think we have `redux-router`, `react-router-redux`, `redux-react-router`, `redux-routing`, `redux-simple-router`, `redux-first-router`. Thanks!

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faceyspacey 429 days ago. link 4 points
I'm obviously biased, but this one by bar. Make sure you also read this article on RFR to get a fuller picture:

https://medium.com/@faceyspacey/pre-release-redux-first-router-a-step-beyond-redux-little-router-cd2716576aea
davidspiess 427 days ago. link 2 points
redux-first-router removes unnecessary complexity from redux-simple-router (which is my current choice) and embraces a more redux barebone workflow as you already know it.
It's a pretty new library but as the author mentions here, give it a try and see if it fits your needs.
faceyspacey 426 days ago. link 1 point
There are no <Route /> components. But if you know Redux you will be right at home.

I think that's what u mean by" bare bones."

That said aside from intentionally not having Route components it's far from "bare bones." It's a rounded solution offering many secondary features a complete routing product eventually needs. And it has most of them now. 

Far more features than packages like Redux-Little-Router. From redirects to data fetching to prefetching chunks to react native support to scroll restoration and a lot more. This is something I've built and used in real products for almost a year.
emiliosantana 426 days ago. link 1 point
It actually has more features than any router for React I've ever seen