A Gatsby plugin for react-redux with built-in server-side rendering support, redux persistance store and adding more providers to existing ones.


npm install --save gatsby-plugin-react-redux-providers react-redux redux-persist redux

How to use

./src/state/createStore.js // same path you provided in gatsby-config ./src/providers/index.js // same path you provided in gatsby-config

import { combineReducers, configureStore, StateFromReducersMapObject } from '@reduxjs/toolkit';
import { persistStore, persistReducer } from 'redux-persist';
import sessionStorage from 'redux-persist/es/storage/session';

const reducers = {

const persistConfig = {
  key: 'root',
  storage: sessionStorage,

const persistedReducer = persistReducer(persistConfig, combineReducers(reducers));
const store = configureStore({
  reducer: persistedReducer,
  preloadedState: {},
  devTools: process.env.NODE_ENV === 'development',

export type Dispatch = typeof store.dispatch;
export type IRootState = StateFromReducersMapObject<typeof reducers>;

export default () => {
  const persistor = persistStore(store);
  return { store, persistor };


module.exports = {
  plugins: [
      resolve: `gatsby-plugin-react-redux-providers`,
      options: {
        // [required] - path to your createStore module
        pathToCreateStoreModule: './src/store/index',
        pathToCreateProviders: './src/providers/index',
        // [optional] - options passed to `serialize-javascript`
        // info:
        // will be merged with these defaults:
        serialize: {
          space: 0,
          // if `isJSON` is set to `false`, `eval` is used to deserialize redux state,
          // otherwise `JSON.parse` is used
          isJSON: true,
          unsafe: false,
          ignoreFunction: true,
        // [optional] - if true will clean up after itself on the client, default:
        cleanupOnClient: true,
        // [optional] - name of key on `window` where serialized state will be stored, default:
        windowKey: '__PRELOADED_STATE__',


Thanks to Leonid Nikiforenko for original plugin and Andrea Valla for improving it with her version of plugin adding redux-persist package.