Redux Toolkit includes the Redux core, as well as other key packages we feel are essential for building Redux applications (such as Redux Thunk and Reselect).
It's available as a package on NPM for use with a module bundler or in a Node application:
It's also available as a UMD build, which can be loaded from the
dist folder on unpkg. The UMD builds make Redux Toolkit available as a
window.RTK global variable.
To install the stable version:
If you're not, you can access these files on unpkg, download them, or point your package manager to them.
Most commonly, people consume Redux as a collection of CommonJS modules. These modules are what you get when you import
redux in a Webpack, Browserify, or a Node environment. If you like to live on the edge and use Rollup, we support that as well.
If you don't use a module bundler, it's also fine. The
redux npm package includes precompiled production and development UMD builds in the
<script> tag on the page, or tell Bower to install it. The UMD builds make Redux available as a
window.Redux global variable.
The Redux source code is written in ES2015 but we precompile both CommonJS and UMD builds to ES5 so they work in any modern browser. You don't need to use Babel or a module bundler to get started with Redux.
Most likely, you'll also need the React bindings and the developer tools.
Note that unlike Redux itself, many packages in the Redux ecosystem don't provide UMD builds, so we recommend using CommonJS module bundlers like Webpack and Browserify for the most comfortable development experience.
Create a React Redux App
The recommended way to start new apps with React and Redux is by using the official Redux+JS template for Create React App, which takes advantage of Redux Toolkit and React Redux's integration with React components.