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Discussion on: Async React Basics with Redux-thunk & Redux-saga

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Alex Lohr

Thanks for the nice article. Since you're already familiarized yourself with thunks and sagas, you should probably learn about epics in redux-observables. I find them a cleaner abstraction of side effects in redux than the other options. The only problem is that they are so powerful, you'll soon end up using epics for everything.

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Norbert Braun Author

Hi Alex, thanks for the hint I'll definitely check it out!

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Benjamin Daniel

Everyone keeps recommending redux-observables, will definitely check it out.