How To Use Redux Persist in React Native with Asyncstorage

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  • react-native-examples

    📱 A repo that contains React Native examples most related to articles & tutorials I publish

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    Tools for creating, running, and deploying universal Expo and React Native apps

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  • redux-persist

    persist and rehydrate a redux store

    Redux Persist is a library that allows saving a Redux store in the local storage of an application. In React Native terms, Asyncstorage is a key-value based, unencrypted, asynchronous storage system that is global and can be used as the local storage for the app.

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