I ran into an interesting issue today. I'm working on an app where we have file uploads, and we want to implement a progress bar. The app is written using React/Redux/Redux-Observable. I want to dispatch actions for upload progress. Here's wh...
I'm new to RxJS. In my app I need independent cancellation of deferred action. Here's a working example (the delay is 3 seconds). But when I choose to delete multiple items and cancel one of them, then canceled all at once.  Epic code:  const...
i am new to RXJS, i found Redux-observable canceling async request using takeUntil is very useful. but while i was testing it i found that the actual request is still going on even though we cancel the request..   i have this JSbin code snippet to te...
In redux-observable, epics are accepting stream of actions and returning back new stream of actions. In my use-case I need to send analytics event after some action was dispatched and do nothing after.  With redux-saga, I can just listen that action...
I want to dispatch multiple actions from a redux-observable epic. How can I do it? I originally started with   const addCategoryEpic = action$ => {   return action$.ofType(ADD_CATEGORY_REQUEST)     .switchMap((action) => {       const db = fire...
I have an interface where the user may trigger calls to the same endpoint but with different params (in this case UUIDs). Up until now I've been enjoying the behavior of switchMap canceling my in-flight http requests whenever I dispatch a new red...
I have some RxJS code and this is part of it:  .mergeMap(action => {   const user = store.getState().user;   return ajax.post(`${config.API_BASE_URL}/api/v1/rsvps`, {     rsvp: {       meetup_id: action.payload,       user_id: user.id,     }   })...
My epic wakes up when the REMOTE_DATA_STARTED action is dispatched and it fetches data using action.url and action.owner.  I need to make sure I don't initiate two concurrent calls to the same owner/url. Once the call for a owner/url is completed...
I am using redux-observable together with isomorphic-fetch to handle http requests in my React app. I am favouring this combination over using rxjs' ajax because I am testing with Jest - which runs tests in Node.js- and want to intercept http req...
I am trying to redirect to the page after signing out. However, every time when I sign out, it directs the page successfully. However, I still got the error     Cannot read property 'type' of undefined   Further research by "Pause on Caug...

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