How to Learn Redux - 22 Bootcamps to Get You Started

By: The SwitchUp Team
Last Updated: January 10, 2020

Redux is an application data-flow architecture, or predictable state container, for JavaScript. Used with a data binding framework (usually React), it makes complicated front-end apps easier to build. Developers who use Redux favor it because they find that it helps their applications run more consistently, making them easier to debug and test. Redux also has a large ecosystem of add-ons.

Learning Redux is a common step along the web development career path, but it’s not for beginners. Those who are newer to JavaScript are usually encouraged to learn React before diving into Redux, and most bootcamps that focus on Redux expect students to begin with some relevant experience. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median salary for web developers is $70,000, while the highest 10 percent—usually the more experienced professionals—earn upwards of $124,000. Overall, employment for web developers is projected to grow by 13 percent between 2018 and 2028, which is much faster than the 5 percent projected rate of growth across all occupations.

There are many courses available for people who want to learn Redux. Below, SwitchUp includes a list of information about what’s taught and for whom each course is meant. Evaluations by people who’ve completed each course are also included with each listing.

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