Creating a Redux STORE

For Redux to act as a state container, we first need to build it. Let's use the Redux library to create a STORE for our app.

If the <App /> won’t manage our application’s state, then we have to create a Redux STORE to manage our state object.

For a Bank Vault, a couple mechanical engineers were probably hired to create a secure money-keeping facility.

To create a manageable state-keeping facility for our application, we don’t need mechanical engineers per se. We’ll do so programmatically using some of the APIs Redux avails us.

Here’s the code used to create a Redux STORE:

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