Chinwike Maduabuchi
Sep 2, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Using Redux Toolkit’s createAsyncThunk

Chinwike Maduabuchi Frontend developer passionate about software engineering.

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5 Replies to "Using Redux Toolkit’s <code>createAsyncThunk</code>"

  1. While you correctly describe the payloadCreator as the second parameter of the async request, your use of the pseudocode “async (thunkAPI)” misleadingly may guide a reader into believing the thunkAPI is first parameter. (I certainly was fooled.) Perhaps clearer pseudocode would be “async (_, thunkAPI)”?

  2. Good afternoon!
    Excellent article, I learned a lot, but I didn’t understand how you use the getPosts function and you didn’t export it from the file, where am I going wrong?

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