In certain situations, you care more about the final state of the redux store than you do about the particular stream of events coming out of an epic. In this lesson we explore a technique for dispatching actions direction into the store, having the epic execute as they would normally in production, and then assert on the updated store’s state.
Thanks for the really informative course! Exciting to finally incorporate rxjs into my react projects.
Great course! Just a question: when Asynchronous State Management with redux-observable v1 will be available?
Hey Pawel - Here's the link to the Asynchronous State Management with redux-observable v1 course.