[8:27 PM] cquill: @acemarke Right, so many portions of the UI will be connected. But does each connected portion typically get its own container component? Seems verbose and redundant to have the following for each CRUD resource: UserList, UserListContainer, UserView, UserViewContainer, UserEdit, UserEditContainer, UserNew, UserNewContainer. Is there a simpler way?
[9:56 PM] acemarke: @cquill : this leads into one of my favorite (?) semi-rants, and one that I apparently need to write down so I can paste it
[9:57 PM] acemarke: A "container" component is simply any component whose primary job is to fetch data from somewhere, and pass that data on to its children
[9:58 PM] acemarke: With Redux, the wrapper components generated by connect are "container" components, since their job is to extract data from the Redux store
[9:58 PM] acemarke: I generally dislike the somewhat-common approach of trying to divide everything into a "components" folder and a "containers" folder