The code here captures some of the patterns I used in the "real estate" demo app discussed in my talk End to End Apps with Polymer from Polymer Summit 2017.
There are many ways to connect Redux to custom elements, and this demonstrates just one pattern. The most important aspects are to try and lazily-load as much of the otherwise global state management logic along with the components that need them (as shown via the
addReducers calls in the connected components), and to consider the tradeoffs you make in terms of coupling components to the store.
The pattern shown here of creating a stateless component and then a subclass that connects it to the store addresses a potential desire to reuse app-level stateless components between more than one application context, so the subclass provides a degree of decoupling from the concrete store, at the expense of more boilerplate. If app com