Replacing Redux with ReactN to reduce complexity and bundle size

Following my article on an intuitive, boilerplate-free global state solution for React, I decided to put real data behind the concept. I started with a bare-bones example of a React application that harnesses Redux for global state management, and I converted it to ReactN. During this process, I measured objective changes in memory allocation and bundle size. A thorough analysis…

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