Objective Redux

Redux made better, objectively.

Objective Redux

Redux made better, objectively.

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Make organizing and managing your Redux store easy.

Meet your new Redux API


npm install --save redux redux-saga objective-redux

Setup (for React)

import React from 'react';
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom';
import { ObjectiveStoreProvider, ObjectiveStore } from 'objective-redux';
import App from './app';

export const objectiveStore = new ObjectiveStore();

  <ObjectiveStoreProvider objectiveStore={objectiveStore}>
    <App />

Example Slice

import { StateController } from 'objective-redux';

const initialState = { isOn: false };

export class SwitchStateController extends StateController {
  constructor() {

  static getName() {
    return 'switch';

  setSwitch = this.registerAction(
    (state, isOn) => ({ isOn })

Start using it now

You can read the full documentation for more detailed information, along with examples.

In addition, you can take a look at the example apps in the project’s GitHub repository.

Why use Objective-Redux?

Drop the boilerplate code

Actions are a thing of the past— among other things

Object-Redux largely removes the need for action names, actions, switch-statement-reducers, selectors, and dispatching. You just need to write the mutating functions. Objective-Redux can take it from there.

  // Define your mutation and forget about the rest.
  myAction = this.registerAction(
    (state, payload) => ({
      value: payload.value,

Easy Debugging

No more global searches for action names

Using Objective-Redux, your editor knows exactly where to find everything. That means you get intellisense, jump to definition, and more. Plus, your actions and reducer will never get out-of-sync.

Debugging in VS Code

Powerful code splitting and lazy loading

Get the pieces of state you need, when you need them

Stop wiring-up your reducers and sagas manually. And, for that matter, stop using large middleware package to help. Objective-Redux will take care of it for you, and it will do it on demand, dynamically, at runtime. Your store no longer needs to know about what’s in it, leaving you free to move parts around as needed.

Lazy load reducers and controller when you need them

You can even use the pre-dispatch hook to load bundles when an action is fired. This allows you to fire actions that target controllers that haven’t been downloaded, yet.

Load bundles at runtime when an action targets a controller in the bundle

See the Code Splitting and Lazy Loading topics in the documentation for more.

Organize your state

One slice, one object

Each controller class represents a slice, giving an intuitive way for developers to look at and conceptualize the state.

A slice of state never needs to know about what other slices are doing or how they’re organized.

organize reducing function into a single class that represents a slice

Keep your dependencies simple

No direct dependencies

Objective-Redux only requires peer dependencies on Redux and React.

Optionally, you can also add Redux-Saga for StatelessControllers.

Keep your bundle small

Lots of features, one small package

Objective-Redux replaces many of the packages you’re already using.

For example, instead of React-Redux + Redux-Injectors + Redux-Toolkit

react-redux bundle size + redux-injectors bundle size + redux-toolkit bundle size

you can simply use Objective-Redux

objective-redux bundle size

Bundle sizes vary based on how much of the package is unused and how effectively your bundler can remove the unused portions.

Compatible with React-Redux

Migrate over time

You can use Objective-Redux and React-Redux together. The ObjectiveStore is a decorated Redux store object and can be used to dispatch, subscribe, getState, and even replaceReducer. Simply pass the ObjectiveStore to the React-Redux provider and use it normally.

See the Use with React-Redux topic in the documentation for more.

Multiple ways to connect

Inject properties or use hooks

You can connect your components to Objective-Redux to inject props from the store. Or, skip the connection process and use React hooks, instead.