Introduction to using Redux Toolkit in Next.js and TypeScript

If you’ve been working with React for a while, you must have encountered the need to use a state manager. To a lot of us, Redux was considered the de facto state manager as it was excellent at what it promised to do: manage the state. The issue, however, was that Redux needed a great deal of boilerplate code to get started with, and had a steep learning curve even for the simplest app. These complaints have been made loud and clear by the developer community and the team behind Redux took notice. Enter Redux Toolkit: an opinionated toolset created off of Redux best practices for effective Redux development.

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