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Making redux-dynamic-modules more lightweight by using @react-nano/redux instead of react-redux. Written in TypeScript.

Why Use @react-nano/redux-dynamic-modules?

  • Very lightweight (see the badges above for the latest size).
  • All it does is supply a different DynamicModuleLoader component which leverages the power of hooks in combination with @react-nano/redux.
  • You can use redux-dynamic-modules-core for the rest instead of redux-dynamic-modules.
  • Only has four peer dependencies:
    • React 16.8.0 or higher
    • Redux 4.0.0 or higher
    • @react-nano/redux in the same version
    • redux-dynamic-modules-core 5.0.0 or higher
  • Liberal license: zlib/libpng

Note: Since this library uses @react-nano/redux, your code also needs to be using @react-nano/redux (otherwise you'd be using redux-dynamic-modules).

How to Use

Check out the documentation

Report Issues

Something not working quite as expected? Do you need a feature that has not been implemented yet? Check the issue tracker and add a new one if your problem is not already listed. Please try to provide a detailed description of your problem, including the steps to reproduce it.


Awesome! If you would like to contribute with a new feature or submit a bugfix, fork this repo and send a pull request. Please, make sure all the unit tests are passing before submitting and add new ones in case you introduced new features.


@react-nano has been released under the zlib/libpng license, meaning you can use it free of charge, without strings attached in commercial and non-commercial projects. Credits are appreciated but not mandatory.