Redux VS MobX: A Comparison
What is Redux?
Core principles of Redux are:
- Redux is an intuitive state container – a single source of truth
- Reducers update state
- Redux is used for the reasonable amount of data that changes over time.
- Redux is widely used to build user interfaces for top-notch front-end technologies, and it also supports cross-platform
- Actions invoke changes to the store
Redux Store :
- Redux has only one store also known as a single source of truth, and there will always be one source of truth. The state in the store is immutable. It makes convenient for a developer when it comes to finding the data.
- In Redux the state in the store cannot be changed. That means all of the states are read-only and it is not possible to directly overwrite them. However, it is possible for the previous state with a new state.
Redux Data Structure :
What is MobX?
Core principles of MobX are:
- MobX can have various stores to store the state of the app
- Hold the ability to log everything
- The state of a whole application is stored in a single object tree
- Easy to debug and test without a browser
- Hot reloading out of the box
MobX Store :
- On the other hand, MobX has multiple stores that, upon your convenience, you can logically separate them. So, just like Redux app’s state is not stored in one store.
- In MobX state cannot be overwritten (mutable). It simply lets you update the new state with new values.
MobX Data Structure :
- Mobx uses noticeable data that automatically tracks changes through contained subscriptions. Indeed, it is convenient for developers to use.