Evolution of modular approaches of structuring React/Redux apps

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Redux is the most popular state management library in the React community. For several years there have been a lot of debates about it, a lot of fans and a lot of people that don’t like it much for "verbosity". But the Redux is still alive and still evolving.
One of the issues to resolve when we work with Readux is to find the best way to structure the app, to place Redux artifacts in correct folders. One of the approaches is called Ducks. Now we have a very promising tool – Redux Toolkit, and I think that this tool has emerged as the evolution of Ducks. In my talk I would like to share the results of my investigation of how the Ducks approach to structure the Redux apps evolved.

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