Redux Development Services
Need a Redux developer for your company? You definitely came to the relevant agency. “Echo” offers IT staffing services and project based programming. We gladly help you to find the right dev or a team for remote development. All our developers are accomplished experts skilled in building customized applications using the up-to-date technologies, including REDUX, Unity, Laravel, Dojo, SSIS, Cucumber, AWS, Xamarin, Meteor, React Native, Neo4j. You can also hire us as a Redux development agency and outsource full-cycle development services to us.
WHY YOU SHOULD WORK WITH US :
- Top-rated Ukrainian programmers with over 3 years of industry experience.
- Employee retention leading practices to make sure your programmers stay contented.
- Personal account managers to ensure effective cooperation.
- Flexible agreement with simple bi-weekly invoicing.
We help you launch your plans by providing reliable Redux developers who can get involved in your company and immediately start delivering top-notch service. Reach out us and review the CVs of candidates available for hire at the moment. Also, you can read “Redux Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 Redux Programmers in February 2018
1 Ivan S.,Age: 30, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, JS (Node), JS (React), Android, SQL, JS (Redux), JS (React Native)
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2 Olesia B.,Age: 29, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS, HTML/CSS, UX/UI, JS (Redux)
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3 Taras B.,Age: 30, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, JS (Node), Bootstrap, JS (jQuery), JS (Redux)
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4 Mykola S.,Age: 28, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS, SQL, NoSQL (MongoDB), JS (Redux)
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5 Yevhenii O.,Age: 27, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, JS (Angular 1.x), JS (Node), MySQL, JS (Redux)
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Questions and Answers related to Redux Development
“Redux provides an easy way to centralize the state of your application. First of all, Redux is hard to initially grasp. It has that sort of difficulty curve that spikes straight up. One of my favorite features of Redux is that as you add more features, your application tends to scale in complexity horizontally rather than vertically. What I mean by that is adding more features will add more code, but it tends to be code that is added “in addition” to your existing code, rather than “on top”.”
“If you’re working with datasets that large, I’m hoping you’ve taken the time to evaluate using a database – retrieval using more powerful query tools might be a big help. That being said, there’s no reason that React and Redux wouldn’t be a great combo for this job. As you may know, a large portion of React’s performance wins come from the idea of “diffing” DOM updates before actually updating the application – if a list of three items becomes four, React will calculate the least amount of changes…”
“Constraints. Mostly. But first, I should probably point out that Flux is a pattern and Redux is a library. Flux is a fancy name for the observer pattern modified a little bit to fit React. But Facebook released a few tools to aid in implementing the Flux pattern, so the following is the difference between using these tools (which is commonly referred to as using Flux) and using Redux…”
“React solves problems with view-layer binding. Redux solves problems related to state-mutation in highly-asynchronous and non-deterministic environments (if you have 30 buttons you can press on a web page, and each one leads to a change of 5 or 6 properties in your app, how do you know which states you are in, and what bugs you’ll find, or even if changes in your first button-press will take effect before changes relating to your second button press?).”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.