Mini-React-Redux Framework in Django
Introduction I have built several production web applications using React and Redux and generally have had an excellent experience with those technologies. One of React’s greatest assets IMO is it’s ability to integrate into all kinds of stacks and setups but still play nice with the other kids. That was something that impressed me back in Spring 2014 when I first used React. We got React running in the jQuery spaghetti code of a massive, legacy Ruby on Rails application with incredibly little effort and huge productivity benefits to the team.