Redux wrapper for Next.js (by kirill-konshin)

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  • How to use Redux in Next.js
    4 projects | | 29 Jul 2022
    That's how you can integrate Redux with a Next application! You can find the GitHub repository for this project here. I would also encourage you to review the documentation of next-redux-wrapper to learn more about other use cases.
  • Can you use redux tookit on next js without next-redux-wrapper?
    2 projects | | 21 Apr 2022
    I’d suggest reviewing the docs for the repo and see if their use cases for yours.
  • Using react redux with next.js
    2 projects | | 12 Apr 2022
    I try to follow the tutorial which shown on the next-redux-wrapper but no success. Nothing change.
  • How to use serverside rendering to its full potential?
    2 projects | | 8 Sep 2021
    I just hopped on this project that uses nextJS, and since most of the guys working on it were mobile devs first, we are using this library to use redux sagas.
  • I want to use Redux with Next.js and do Server-Side Rendering. Is there a good, straightforward example of how to do this? What's the "official"/default/correct approach I should start with?
    3 projects | | 25 Aug 2021
    Hi! I have never used Redux with Next.js before. I've searched for tutorials - some ignore the SSR entirely, some use something called "redux-toolkit", some use something called "redux-wrapper". All of this is confusing and overwhelming, and I don't know enough to figure out which approach is the correct one.
  • Considering if I should introduce Next.js to the team
    3 projects | | 27 May 2021
    Since then, though, I've been working towards moving us over to a new Next.js subproject as the long-term migration plan. Right now I've got Next proxied behind the existing Express backend, and I'm using s to show Next-rendered UI inside of the legacy client. Working great so far. (I've been wanting to do a blog writeup on this for months, but haven't had time.)

    I actually hadn't ever tried to use Redux with Next at all until just recently, when I added it to one specific page in the new client. My impressions are:

    • The big problem is that Next codebases are set up on a per-page basis, rather than the global app setup you see in CRA or React Native. So, the Redux store setup also has to be per-page if there's different reducer logic.
    • There's an assumption that you probably want to use Redux to do some SSR rendering, and then pass the initial state to rehydrate the store on the client as well. That's where tools like come in.

    In our case we don't have any SSR or SSG going on. I ended up borrowing some store setup logic from the existing withRedux and withReduxToolkit examples in the Next repo, but skipped all the store persistence stuff.

    So, it's doable, but there's a couple additional aspects to consider beyond what you'd see in a CRA project.

  • Need help putting the whole picture together
    4 projects | | 31 Mar 2021
    I fail to see any good example of getServerSideProps and redux. I've seen this: Does it make sense to trigger a redux-thunk in the example there instead of `store.dispatch({type: 'TICK', payload: 'was set in other page'});`
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