cerebral VS react-redux

Compare cerebral vs react-redux and see what are their differences.


Official React bindings for Redux (by reduxjs)
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cerebral react-redux
1 57
1,949 22,184
0.0% 0.6%
0.8 8.8
9 months ago 12 days ago
JavaScript TypeScript
MIT License MIT License
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Posts with mentions or reviews of cerebral. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-02-05.
  • Achieving an Organized State in your React App with Overmind (Basic)
    2 projects | dev.to | 5 Feb 2022
    Today's mainly going to be focused on the frontend, because I want to introduce this state management system that I've been really digging lately. It's called Overmind, the same team that made Cerebral. Overmind is somewhat similar to Cerebral, but it supports TypeScript and it's... well, it's not abandoned.


Posts with mentions or reviews of react-redux. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-06-16.
  • How to use React with Redux
    5 projects | dev.to | 16 Jun 2022
    Now we need 2 libraries for redux, the first one has the redux API and the second one has the Redux configured to be used with React.
  • Why Is Front-End Development So Unstable? (2018)
    5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 30 May 2022
    > > I maintain my 2017 apps including major version bumps with no issues today

    > Sorry but I have to call bullshit on that, unless you’re taking about tiny one page “apps”

    What a strange stance. It's a React/MobX collaborative model editing internal tool deployed in production to users who generate and analyze models with it. It started on Webpack 2 and React 15 and MobX 4, now it's on Webpack 5 and React 17 and MobX 6. I of course had to update some babel configurations but it was much more version bumping than configuration rebuilding. It still uses decorators and looks like complete dog-shit, and that's my point: the same tricks and patterns available then are not only there, but working identically now.

    Re: native, I don't believe in React Native or any webview-based "native" replacement anyways, but it's easy to do this as my user-base is interacting with this app from their company-provided laptops anyways. I would willingly concede React Native is an environment with churn, I don't really recall RN every reaching meaningful stability

    > Redux is dead in the water

    https://www.npmjs.com/package/redux shows 7M downloads weekly

    https://www.npmjs.com/package/react-redux shows 5M

    https://www.npmjs.com/package/@reduxjs/toolkit shows 1.5M

    MobX / MobX React are around 1M/700k

    Your list of "flummox / redux / unstated / mobx / mobx-state-tree / xstate / apollo / apollo-link-state / swr / react-query / zustand / recoil / jotai" seems to peak at 500k with the exception of "react-query", which I don't really see as applicable to a conversation about state management, and perfectly illustrates my point that there's new stuff but you don't need to know it

    > you say it’s #1, but Redux is dead in the water

    I never personally believed in Redux, it struck me as a terrible pattern from the start, thus why I selected MobX; but I find it difficult to believe that you really think React Context scales the same way building an external state management tree does. I like React Context, but it doesn't do a very good job of hiding away complexity from the developer as the application grows. Not to mention it does no render-optimization for you.

    Again, I'm not saying things don't change or that there's not alternatives, but I am saying that someone who learned fundamentals in 2017 is still able to get up-to-speed in the updated versions of the library kings of 2017 in virtually no time, and deliver standard-fare webapps. I say this because I've worked at the same place for over 5 years, I use the same tools, and my users regularly are telling me the tools my team puts in front of them are the gold standard. The churn is long gone, everything you describe would have perfect analogues in any other popular modern language / library ecosystem.

  • Next vs React
    4 projects | dev.to | 28 May 2022
    If you are familiar to web developing or programming in general, you have heard the term, React.js, being thrown around. React is a library that makes declarative UI easier to accomplish using hooks and components. Essentially, you can write a chunk of code (mainly using jsx which is like html's sibling but cooler) into a one-liner(). It is declarative because the outcome of said component is predictable and easier to debug than imperative code. You also have these things called hooks that are built-in functions that make handling state, behavior and other logic easier to do in React in comparison to vanilla JavaScript. Also, you can write it anywhere in your project, (hence why React is a library and not a framework although people call it framework because it competes above and beyond compared to Angular and Vue) so you have more flexibility. It also has this thing called Redux which is a library that handles complex state management but we won't get into that 🤒 because there are better and easier ways to manage state in React like using the Context api. I will go more into when to start learning React in a future post soon.
  • Introducción a redux
    1 project | dev.to | 19 May 2022
  • Keeping component state on mount and unmount?
    1 project | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 15 May 2022
  • in type declaration files, can i imagine( replace ) all declar keywords as a type? (that is used once)
    1 project | reddit.com/r/typescript | 9 May 2022
    my guess is the react-redux is written in typescript, in the implementation the function is typed in the
  • React Redux Cannot read property 'dispatch' of undefined
    1 project | reddit.com/r/codehunter | 7 May 2022
    UPDATE 2Watching the breaking changes of react-redux, I was able to understood that the problem was how I pass the store (breaking changes).
  • How to Upgrade to React 18
    4 projects | dev.to | 20 Apr 2022
    For example, upgrade React Redux to v8 or SWR to 1.1.0
  • React-Redux v8.0.0: React 18 support, TS conversion, modern build output
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 16 Apr 2022
  • React-Redux v8.0.0: React 18 support, TS conversion, modern build output!
    1 project | reddit.com/r/javascript | 16 Apr 2022

What are some alternatives?

When comparing cerebral and react-redux you can also consider the following projects:

axios - Promise based HTTP client for the browser and node.js

Express - Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for node.

redux - Predictable state container for JavaScript apps

react-final-form - 🏁 High performance subscription-based form state management for React

reselect - Selector library for Redux

valtio - 💊 Valtio makes proxy-state simple for React and Vanilla

recompose - A React utility belt for function components and higher-order components.

alt - Isomorphic flux implementation


effector-react - Business logic with ease ☄️

kea - Production Ready State Management for React