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Immutable.js vs React Redux: What are the differences?

Immutable.js: Immutable persistent data collections for Javascript which increase efficiency and simplicity, by Facebook. Immutable provides Persistent Immutable List, Stack, Map, OrderedMap, Set, OrderedSet and Record. They are highly efficient on modern JavaScript VMs by using structural sharing via hash maps tries and vector tries as popularized by Clojure and Scala, minimizing the need to copy or cache data; 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.

Immutable.js and React Redux can be categorized as "Javascript Utilities & Libraries" tools.

Immutable.js and React Redux are both open source tools. Immutable.js with 28K GitHub stars and 1.62K forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than React Redux with 17.7K GitHub stars and 2.62K GitHub forks.

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    Immutable data structures
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    Allows you to mimic functional programming
  • 2
    Bring the functional experience to JS
  • 1
    Makes writing Javascript less scary
  • 1
    Easily transpiles to different ES standards
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    What is Immutable.js?

    Immutable provides Persistent Immutable List, Stack, Map, OrderedMap, Set, OrderedSet and Record. They are highly efficient on modern JavaScript VMs by using structural sharing via hash maps tries and vector tries as popularized by Clojure and Scala, minimizing the need to copy or cache data.

    What is React 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.

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