planttheidea 12 days ago. link 1 point ▲ ▼Fair question ... two reasons. 1) The "redux" portion of this library is actually only about 10 lines of code, namely the "composeMiddlewares" method used in dispatching, and the "dispatch" method itself (which I had to customize anyway to work with setState). The rest of the library is mainly focused on providing targeted versions of what react-redux and redux-actions provide. 2) Each of those libraries have things that aren't needed here (subscribe / unsubscribe for redux, Provider for react-redux, etc.), and so making a highly-targeted version allowed me to keep the footprint small (~3.5kB minified + gzipped instead of ~13kB with the combination of the three libraries).