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Esteban Herrera
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Mar 18, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

Understanding Redux Saga: From action creators to sagas

Esteban Herrera Family man. Java and JavaScript developer. Swift and VR/AR hobbyist. Like books, movies, and still trying many things. Find me at eherrera.net

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5 Replies to "Understanding Redux Saga: From action creators to sagas"

  1. “A middleware is a piece of code that is executed after an action is dispatched but before reaching the reducer”.
    It’s the opposite – first reducer, then saga

  2. Hi,
    Not sure if I am missing something here, but with just one, simple call to API what is the point of using SAGA, instead of simple Thunk ?

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