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Does anyone have a good 'getting started documentation' for react redux with typescript. youtube videos and official documentation are mostly ES5.

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    I am interested to know about data flow between components and xhr calls.
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    You can check Tyler mcginnis's course which is very nice.

    Other than that, xhr and all other aync effects are handle through middlewares in redux:
    * redux-thunk if you want promises
    * redux-observable if you want observables (rxjs)
    * redux-saga if you want async/await and most likely an overkill tool

    About data flow, both react and redux main documentation are really good.
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    @Commodore Thanks very much. Tyler mcginnis' course seems to be a paid one. Seems like a good investment but not so much for a weekend geek who just wants to learn. I have looked at react-redux documentation and came across to https://redux.js.org/recipes/... which has a link to code sandbox project. let me see if can make sense of it.
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    Microsoft's react typescript repo is a good place to start! Infact that is where my journey of react redux began.

    https://github.com/microsoft/...

    The repo is archived because create react app now allows using typescript. Apart from that, everything there is still applicable.
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    i think stephen grider has a ts version of his course on udemy. I took just the js version and it wasn't bad. It's a paid course, but udemy marks it down to 10 bucks every other week.

    Your going to be really hard pressed to find a free course, one that goes into any detail at least. Usually free lessons are either just overviews or about how to do just a select few things.
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