Handling async actions that affect your application’s state sounds like a tall order, but Redux makes it possible — and a win-win for you and your app’s users.
In this course, we will begin with nothing more than an empty directory and a text editor. Through small, focused lessons, we’ll learn how to set up a React project that uses Redux for state management and redux-observable for asynchronous actions. We’ll see how ‘epics’ are registered and how they each receive a ‘stream’ of actions from the store.
With an understanding of how things work, we’ll move onto solving common problems like: