We will learn how to handle an error inside an async action, display its message in the user interface, and offer user an opportunity to retry the action.
I don't get why, in the beginning, action creators constants are deleted and used as literals. It seems like through the 2 courses you've went from one way to the other. (vars or literals)
I appreciated the explanation of why it might be better to use the
error callback in the
.then rather than using
.catch afterwards. I was just wondering about that when Dan brought it up!