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    AndrewSavetchuk commented #1080
Can someone tell me if you could implement react-toolbox successfully?
thanks in advance
@successkrisz thanks for your response, I could have figured that out myself, sorry! :)
Hi, I'm trying to make my url leading in determining the state. My idea was to set the state from the route with a function 'stateFromRoute' and to update the location by building a new location object and using react-router-redux' push function.
 * stateFromRoute can get executed when we enter the system through this route and we use the router state
 * as the source of truth for the state of the application
export function stateFromRoute () {
    return (dispatch, getState) => {
        const {o: id} = getState().router.locationBeforeTransitions.query;
        id && dispatch(getObject(id))

export function updateLocation (id) {
    return (dispatch, getState) => {
        const   location    = getState().router.locationBeforeTransitions,
                oldID       = location.query.o,
                oldPathname = location.pathname,
                pathname    = `/${route}/`,
                newLocation = {...location, query : {...location.query, o : id}, pathname}

        if (oldID !== id || oldPathname !== pathname) {
            // update the router. but only if the query changed
Now I'm doing this for all my routes, and I was wandering if my approach is correct, and if there is a possibility to do this more efficiently and robust, by for example, writing middleware for it.
Veaceslav Rabota
Hello, can you help me how can I use this starter kit with axios library (https://github.com/mzabriskie/axios). I have this API from ('http://api.giphy.com/v1/gifs/search?q=dog&limit=24&api_key=dc6zaTOxFJmzC')?
I want to create I new route (dogs), when user clicks will see list of dogs, I don't know where can I do my GET request with axios.
Hi any one using create react app.. I have small doubts??
Kasper Meilgaard
Hi, quick question, I want to have some sort of preloading for assets imported in scss with this starterkit. Would react-preload work?
is there any example of react-reformed normalizr and react-redux-starter-kit used together?
Naitik Soni
Hi, I am facing error of mutation while updating array of objects in reducer
Can anyone help me out?

``` function booksReducer(state = [], action) {
switch (action.type) {

return [...state, Object.assign({}, action.bookData)];```

Daniel Winter
Hi guys
do I need to activate something to import plain css to a component?
like I'd need a basic .css which a npm component provides
but doing the import doesnt seem to include it
( import 'react-trumbowyg/dist/trumbowyg.min.css'; )
Tobias Lundgren

Hi, I have a parent component that have access to all my actions. But I need some actions available by the child component.
What is best practice here?

Send it as a prop:
<Component action={this.props.action} />

or import it?

import * as action from './actions.js'

Or should I use:

  mapStateToProps, mapDispatchToProps
Roman Pearah
@lundgren2 That's really a philosophical question, but I would recommend reading this: https://medium.com/@dan_abramov/smart-and-dumb-components-7ca2f9a7c7d0
Tobias Lundgren
Thanks @neverfox :) I'll take a look at it!
Sagar Amrutkar

Hi guys..

Object.assign({}, defaultStyle, ...customStyle, {overlay: {...customStyle.overlay, zIndex: 99}})

this line gives an error on IE like 'Object does not support property or method 'from''

here i need to add one custom property to overlay object
here is the object structure:-

  overlay : {
    position          : 'fixed',
    top               : 0,
    left              : 0,
    right             : 0,
    bottom            : 0
  content : {
    position                   : 'absolute',
    top                        : '40px',
    left                       : '40px',
    right                      : '40px',
    bottom                     : '40px'

can anyone help me on this ?

Roman Pearah
@SagarSAmrutkar_twitter Object.assign isn't supported in IE. See https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Object/assign. Consider a polyfill if you need to support that browser.
Hader Cardona
Hello everyone, someone has used this starter-kit with electron?
James Pearson
Hey Guys :)
I want to put a search box in my CoreComponent / PageLayout, that fires the search on the active component. Any suggestions on the best way? Or should I redux it to a connected property?
Anton Titov
Hi guys, i have a question about: how to subscribe to a specific key of the store? I've googled it, found that Redux does not provide this feature, also i googled, this: https://github.com/ivantsov/redux-subscriber
who think what about this issue? is it ok, to forceUpdate all components, if in fact we need to update only one, but we dont knew that?..
is the redux-subscriber - a common practice which i have to use, or it is a bad practice?
The author of the redux says something similar to that(https://github.com/reactjs/redux/issues/303#issuecomment-125184409), but answer the question, which is not mine...
Roman Pearah
@titovanton It depends on what you want to accomplish. There might be some valid use cases for that kind of thing but it strikes me as somewhat counter to the philosophy of this kind of state management. Why can't you accomplish what you want to do with selectors and props?
Does anyone have any suggestions on learning Redux? I hear the documentation is pretty good.
Trying to add dynamic parsed string to a div like '<h1>Heading</h1>' to a div. It just displays the string and doesn't recognize the html tags. Anyone have any suggestions?