Official React bindings for Redux.
Performant and flexible.
The recommended way to start new apps with React and Redux is by using our official Redux+TS template for Vite, or by creating a new Next.js project using Next's with-redux template.
Both of these already have Redux Toolkit and React-Redux configured appropriately for that build tool, and come with a small example app that demonstrates how to use several of Redux Toolkit's features.
# Vite with our Redux+TS template
# (using the `degit` tool to clone and extract the template)
npx degit reduxjs/redux-templates/packages/vite-template-redux my-app
# Next.js using the `with-redux` template
npx create-next-app --example with-redux my-app
React Redux 8.0 requires React 16.8.3 or later (or React Native 0.59 or later).
To use React Redux with your React app, install it as a dependency:
# If you use npm:
npm install react-redux
# Or if you use Yarn:
yarn add react-redux
You'll also need to install Redux and set up a Redux store in your app.
This assumes that you’re using npm package manager
with a module bundler like Webpack or
Browserify to consume CommonJS
If you don’t yet use npm or a modern module bundler, and would rather prefer a single-file UMD build that makes ReactRedux available as a global object, you can grab a pre-built version from cdnjs. We don’t recommend this approach for any serious application, as most of the libraries complementary to Redux are only available on npm.
The React Redux docs are published at https://react-redux.js.org .
The post The History and Implementation of React-Redux
explains what it does, how it works, and how the API and implementation have evolved over time.
There's also a Deep Dive into React-Redux talk that covers some of the same material at a higher level.