Redux is a tiny library, but its contracts and APIs are carefully chosen to spawn an ecosystem of tools and extensions, and the community has created a wide variety of helpful addons, libraries, and tools. You don't need to use any of these addons to use Redux, but they can help make it easier to implement features and solve problems in your application.
For an extensive catalog of libraries, addons, and tools related to Redux, check out the Redux Ecosystem Links list. Also, the React/Redux Links list contains tutorials and other useful resources for anyone learning React or Redux.
This page lists some of the Redux-related addons that the Redux maintainers have vetted personally, or that have shown widespread adoption in the community. Don't let this discourage you from trying the rest of them! The ecosystem is growing too fast, and we have a limited time to look at everything. Consider these the “staff picks”, and don't hesitate to submit a PR if you've built something wonderful with Redux.
- Table of Contents
- Library Integration and Bindings
- Immutable Data
- Side Effects
- Entities and Collections
- Component State and Encapsulation
- Dev Tools
- Higher-Level Abstractions
- Community Conventions
The official React bindings for Redux, maintained by the Redux team
Angular 1 bindings for Redux
Ember bindings for Redux
Redux bindings for Ember's Glimmer component engine
Redux bindings for Polymer
lastmjs/redux-store-element Redux bindings for custom elements
An expanded version of
combineReducers, which allows passing
state as a third argument to all slice reducers.
combineReducers variation that allows defining cross-slice dependencies for ordering and data passing
Provides sequential composition of reducers at the same level
A collection of composable reducer transformers
Reducer factory functions for common data structures: counters, maps, lists (queues, stacks), sets
Effortless undo/redo and action history for your reducers
Ignore redux actions by array or filter function
Reset the redux state on certain actions
A reducer enhancer to enable type-agnostic optimistic updates
Flux Standard Action utilities for Redux
Creates standard and async action types based on namespaces
Generates action creators based on types and expected fields
Creates composable memoized selector functions for efficiently deriving data from the store state
Normalizes nested JSON according to a schema
Abstractions over Reselect for common selector use cases
Watch for state changes based on key paths or selectors
Centralized subscriptions to state changes based on paths
Store enhancer that can debounce subscription notifications
Store enhancer that allows dispatching arrays of actions
Store enhancer that accepts batched actions
Higher-order reducer that handles batched actions
Persist and rehydrate a Redux store, with many extensible options
Persistence layer for Redux with flexible backends
Persistent store for Offline-First apps, with support for optimistic UIs
Frozen immutable arrays/objects, backwards-compatible with JS
Immutable JS objects with a natural API
Utilities for treating frozen JS objects as persistent immutable collections.
Immutable updates with normal mutative code, using Proxies
A drop-in replacement for react-addons-update
Simpler alternative to immutability-helpers and Immutable.js
Immutable version of the dot-prop lib, with some extensions
combineReducers equivalent that works with Immutable.js Maps
combineReducers equivalent that works with seamless-immutable values
Dispatch functions, which are called and given
getState as parameters. This acts as a loophole for AJAX calls and other async behavior.
Best for: getting started, simple async and complex synchronous logic.
Handle async logic using synchronous-looking generator functions. Sagas return descriptions of effects, which are executed by the saga middleware, and act like "background threads" for JS applications.
Best for: complex async logic, decoupled workflows
Handle async logic using RxJS observable chains called "epics". Compose and cancel async actions to create side effects and more.
Best for: complex async logic, decoupled workflows
A port of the Elm Architecture to Redux that allows you to sequence your effects naturally and purely by returning them from your reducers. Reducers now return both a state value and a side effect description.
Best for: trying to be as much like Elm as possible in Redux+JS
Side effects lib built with observables, but allows use of callbacks, promises, async/await, or observables. Provides declarative processing of actions.
Best for: very decoupled async logic
Dispatch promises as action payloads, and have FSA-compliant actions dispatched as the promise resolves or rejects.
Sensible, declarative, convention-based promise handling that guides users in a good direction without exposing the full power of dispatch.
Fetches data with Axios and dispatches start/success/fail actions
Reads API call actions, fetches, and dispatches FSAs
An opinionated connector between socket.io and redux.
Integration between Firebase, React, and Redux
Buffers all actions into a queue until a breaker condition is met, at which point the queue is released
FSA-compliant middleware for Redux to debounce actions.
Queue actions when offline and dispatch them when getting back online.
Integrates with any analytics services, can track while offline, and decouples analytics logic from app logic
Watches for Flux Standard Actions with meta analytics values and processes them
A simple immutable ORM to manage relational data in your Redux store.
Convention-based actions and reducers for CRUD logic
A higher-order reducer that handles data from Normalizr
Declare colocated data dependencies with your components, run queries when components mount, perform optimistic updates, and trigger server changes with Redux actions.
Declarative JSON-API interaction that normalizes data, with a React HOC that can run queries
Async CRUD handling with normalization, optimistic updates, sync/async action creators, selectors, and an extendable reducer.
JSON-API abstraction with async CRUD, normalization, optimistic updates, caching, data status, and error handling.
A tiny but powerful system for managing 'resources': data that is persisted to remote servers.
Local component state in Redux, with handling for component actions
Makes component state in Redux as easy as setState
Aims to make reusable components easier to build with Redux by scoping actions and reducers to a particular instance of a component.
Dan Abramov's original Redux DevTools implementation, built for in-app display of state and time-travel debugging
Mihail Diordiev's browser extension, which bundles multiple state monitor views and adds integration with the browser's own dev tools
A cross-platform Electron app for inspecting React and React Native apps, including app state, API requests, perf, errors, sagas, and action dispatching.
The default monitor for Redux DevTools with a tree view
A resizable and movable dock for Redux DevTools monitors
A custom monitor for Redux DevTools to replay recorded Redux actions
A monitor for Redux DevTools that diffs the Redux store mutations between actions
Filterable Log Monitor
Filterable tree view monitor for Redux DevTools
Redux DevTools composable monitor with the ability to filter actions
Logging middleware that shows actions, states, and diffs
Enhancer that provides time-travel and efficient action recording capabilities, including import/export of action logs and action playback.
Record and replay user sessions in real-time
Warns about actions that produced no state changes in development
Middleware that throws an error when you try to mutate your state either inside a dispatch or between dispatches.
Helps you deeply detect mutations at runtime and enforce immutability in your codebase.
Check and log whether react-redux's connect method is passed
mapState functions that create impure props.
A mock store that saves dispatched actions in an array for assertions
Extends the store API to make it easier assert, isolate, and manipulate the store
Middleware to automatically generate reducers tests based on actions in the app
Complete and opinionated testkit for testing Redux projects (reducers, selectors, actions, thunks)
Makes integration and unit testing of sagas a breeze
supasate/connected-react-router Synchronize React Router 4 state with your Redux store.
Seamless Redux-first routing. Think of your app in states, not routes, not components, while keeping the address bar in sync. Everything is state. Connect your components and just dispatch flux standard actions.
A full-featured library to enable a React HTML form to store its state in Redux.
React Redux Form is a collection of reducer creators and action creators that make implementing even the most complex and custom forms with React and Redux simple and performant.
An abstraction over Redux, Redux-Saga and Reselect. Provides a framework for your app’s actions, reducers, selectors and sagas. It empowers Redux, making it as simple to use as setState. It reduces boilerplate and redundancy, while retaining composability.
Takes a defined structure and uses 'behaviors' to create a set of actions, reducer responses and selectors.
Provides minimal abstraction on top of Redux, to allow easy composability, easy async requests, and sane testability.
Flux Standard Action
A human-friendly standard for Flux action objects
Canonical Reducer Composition
An opinionated standard for nested reducer composition
Ducks: Redux Reducer Bundles
A proposal for bundling reducers, action types and actions