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· To see how to use React Redux in practice, we’ll show a step-by-step example by creating a registration and login the application. Step 1: Create react app
· The redux authentication reducer manages the state related to login (and logout) actions, on successful login the current user object and a loggedIn flag are stored in …
· Hey, guys. Welcome to this video where you will be learning about the basics of Redux, creating stores and accessing them globally and many more to get start…
· – If the verification is ok, we call AuthService.login() method, then direct user to Profile page: props.history.push("/profile");, or show message with response error. For getting the application state and dispatching actions, we use React Redux Hooks useSelector and useDispatch. – by checking isLoggedIn, we can redirect user to Profile page.
· So there it is, this is a complete login system using React, Redux and Redux-Saga. If you would like to see the whole project then clone this repository . I hope you enjoyed this post.
· If the form is valid, submitting it calls dispatch (userActions.register (user)) which dispatches the redux action userActions.register (user). The user login status is reset to ‘logged out’ when the component loads by calling dispatch (userActions.logout ()) from a react useEffect () hook function.