Echo JS 0.11.0

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kornflexx 202 days ago. link 3 points
Frint-store is exactly the same as redux. Why use this when you can use the rich stack of redux and his modules ?

By the way is pretty cool for vue user, great alternative of vuex.

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fahad19 201 days ago. link 2 points
Thanks for the kind feedback!

`frint-store` just happens to be one of the packages in our monorepo. since FrintJS itself uses RxJS, we thought we can also create a Store following Redux's API by using RxJS internally. It also ships with the concept of Epics as introduced by `redux-observable` by default.

Btw, you are totally free to use Redux in FrintJS Apps, as explained in this blog post: https://medium.com/frintjs/using-frintjs-with-react-js-and-redux-823ad7cdbc02

The whole project aims to lift your state and data layer one level up, so that your components (either React, Preact, or VueJS) are only used for rendering.

The API is designed in a way, that highly encourages you to write your components in a stateless way as much as possible.

Lots of cool stuff coming ahead too. See our "proposals" on GitHub issues.

You can also read our blog on Medium to stay updated :) 

https://medium.com/frintjs