Containers have their own actions, constants, and reducers: see Redux and react-redux
index.js simply passes the component through so you can import SomeComponent from '/components/SomeComponent'
However, this package does not force these principles. You can easily customize the templates to match your own tech stack.
The component and container templates are completely customizable. You can add additional boolean options to the generator panel from the package's settings. One option is included by default: class determines whether to generate a class-based component instead of a functional component.
This extension contributes the following settings:
generate-react-component.conditionals: Array of strings which will toggle certain portions of your templates.
generate-react-component.componentTemplatePath: Absolute path to custom component template directory. If left blank, defaults to built-in template.
generate-react-component.containerTemplatePath: Absolute path to custom container template directory. If left blank, defaults to built-in template.
Template syntax is very simple:
Any occurrence of __ComponentName__ in a filename or a file's content will be replaced with the user's text input.
Any text surrounded by /* IF condition */ and /* ENDIF */, where condition is the name of an option (definted in the package settings) will be removed unless condition is enabled (or invalid)
Any text surrounded by /* IF !condition */ and /* ENDIF */ will be removed unless condition is disabled (or invalid)
Any remaining /* IF */ or /* ENDIF */ comments will be removed, but the text between them will be untouched