This example shows how you can use request objects to track requests that don't target a specific resource ID. It also shows you how lists can be used to display two different ordered subsets of the same type of resource.
In this example, a user's owned books are fetched, then displayed in a list on the interface. At the same time, a list of recently released books are also fetched, and displayed in another list in the interface.
A real-world application would likely use the performant React Redux bindings for re-rendering.
"Real World" Examples
This is a list of open-source projects that are using Redux Resource.