41. What is redux?
42.What are the lifecycle methods going to be deprecated in react v16?
The following lifecycle methods going to be unsafe coding practices and will be more problematic with async rendering.
Starting with react v16.3 these methods are aliased with unsafe_ prefix, and the unprefixed version will be removed in react v17.
43. What are the three principles that redux follows?
Single source of truth: the state of the entire application is stored in an object/ state tree within a single store. The single state tree makes it easier to keep track of changes over time and debug or inspect the application.
State is read-only: the only way to change the state is to trigger an action. An action is a plain js object describing the change. Just like state is the minimal representation of data, the action is the minimal representation of the change to that data.
Changes are made with pure functions: in order to specify how the state tree is transformed by actions, you need pure functions. Pure functions are those whose return value depends solely on the values of their arguments.
44.What is the lifecycle methods order in mounting?
The lifecycle methods are called in the following order when an instance of a component is being created and inserted into the dom.
- Static getderivedstatefromprops()
45. What do you understand by “single source of truth”?
Redux uses ‘store’ for storing the application’s entire state at one place. So all the component’s state are stored in the store and they receive updates from the store itself. The single state tree makes it easier to keep track of changes over time and debug or inspect the application.
46. List down the components of redux.
Redux is composed of the following components:
- Action – it’s an object that describes what happened.
- Reducer – it is a place to determine how the state will change.
- Store – state/ object tree of the entire application is saved in the store.
- View – simply displays the data provided by the store.
47.How to enable production mode in react?
You should use webpack’s defineplugin method to set node_env to production, by which it strip out things like proptype validation and extra warnings. Apart from this, if you minify the code, for example, uglify’s dead-code elimination to strip out development only code and comments, it will drastically reduce the size of your bundle.
48. Why is switch keyword used in React Router v4?
49. Explain the role of reducer.
Reducers are pure functions which specify how the application’s state changes in response to an action. Reducers work by taking in the previous state and action, and then it returns a new state. It determines what sort of update needs to be done based on the type of the action, and then returns new values. It returns the previous state as it is, if no work needs to be done.
50.What is React Router?
Handling events in react elements has some syntactic differences:
React Router is a powerful routing library built on top of React, which helps in adding new screens and flows to the application. This keeps the URL in sync with data that’s being displayed on the web page. It maintains a standardized structure and behavior and is used for developing single page web applications. React Router has a simple API.