React Redux vs Google Code Prettify: What are the differences?
React Redux: React bindings for Redux. It is the official React binding for Redux. It lets your React components read data from a Redux store, and dispatch actions to the store to update data. It is designed to work with React's component model. You define how to extract the values your component needs from Redux, and your component receives them as props; Google Code Prettify: An embeddable script that makes source-code snippets in HTML prettier. It is an embeddable script that makes source-code snippets in HTML prettier.It works on HTML pages. It is widely used with good cross-browser support.
Some of the features offered by React Redux are:
- Designed to work with React's component model
- manage the store interaction logic for you
- complex performance optimizations
On the other hand, Google Code Prettify provides the following key features:
- Lightweights: small download and does not block page from loading while running
- Customizable styles via CSS
- Supports all C-like, Bash-like, and XML-like languages. No need to specify the language
React Redux and Google Code Prettify are both open source tools. React Redux with 17.9K GitHub stars and 2.65K forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Google Code Prettify with 4.93K GitHub stars and 821 GitHub forks.