Sharing state between Redux reducers

When writing an app using Redux and React, you may run into the common problem of having to share state between multiple components in your app.

Don’t worry, you aren’t the first to have this problem, here are some resources to help you out.

Your options:

  • don’t use combineReducers (write your own that shares state/selector between two components)
  • use thunk middleware
  • pass selectors on global store through all your actions
  • call directly to get the state (worst option)

On Managing state hierarchy in general:

Specifically on sharing state between reducers:

Related Documentation:


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