# React application with redux and thunk to interact with REST endpoint [closed]

I am trying to learn the react and I have built and small TODO application which allows you to add and delete TODOS and it interacts with REST server.

I am using Redux for handling state and thunk as middleware to interact with rest API.

The code is working, however, at this point I have no idea how to make it better.

I have the following structure:

    src
├── App.css
├── App.js
├── App.test.js
├── actions
│   ├── delete_todo_actions.js
│   ├── dialog_actions.js
│   └── list_todo_actions.js
├── components
│   └── todo_list.js
├── containers
│   └── todo_list_container.js
├── index.css
├── index.js
├── reducers
│   └── index.js
└── serviceWorker.js


I won't be able to show the whole code here, however, if you guys won't mind I have put that https://github.com/Gaurang033/docker-compose/tree/with_redux_modularize_actions/web/src

My questions are:

1. I have only two components one for Add button (with modal dialog) and another for listing todos. Should I divide them into another smaller components?
2. Should I create different reducers for corresponding actions or components?

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