Why this project when there are already so many options to deal with async actions in Redux? Nick Balestra gives us some insight at this month's React London meetup!
By thinking of Redux actions as a data-flow we can understand why Observables can be used with React and Redux to manage asynchronous effects. In this talk I’ll shares how functional reactive programming can be used with Redux to manage asynchronous effects by introducing a new middleware that intercepts Redux actions and allows us to handle them using Cycle.js in a pure declarative and reactive way.
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