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Introduction

One of hardest parts in developing and maintaining React/Redux application is handling asynchronous actions: timeouts, requests/response handling, interaction with third-party stores, different callbacks and so on without сomplicating logic into actions-creators and reducers.

In this post, I’m going a real project to show you how to move all side-effects ( and not only ) away from action-creators. All of this in a way that makes them as clean as possible with Redux-Saga. Read more

Introduction

One of hardest parts in developing and maintaining React/Redux application is handling asynchronous actions: timeouts, requests/response handling, interaction with third-party stores, different callbacks and so on without сomplicating logic into actions-creators and reducers.

In this post, I’m going a real project to show you how to move all side-effects ( and not only ) away from action-creators. All of this in a way that makes them as clean as possible with Redux-Saga. Read more

The example of Facebook dealing with chat problem shows how important it is to properly manage the state of web applications (and I mean UI state). Facebook tried to synchronize a counter between unread messages and currently open chatboxes which caused lots of problems for the users. Read more