Backgrond: I am creating a Login component.  saga.js is composed by 3 functions 1. rootSaga. It will execute the list of sagas inside 2. watchSubmitBtn. It will watch the click on the submit button and dispatch an action. 3. shootApiTokenAuth will re...
I've read that generators don't wait for promises. How come this is not the case with generators in redux-saga, and how do I make my own generators wait?  For example, this saga:  takeLatest('FETCH_USER_REQUESTED', function*() {   con...
I'm trying to add a redux saga function but I can't get the chaining right  const randomDelay = () => parseInt(Math.random() * 500) const a = function*() {    yield spawn(b)    yield call(c) } const b = function*() {    yield delay(randomD...
return fetch(url, {     credentials: 'same-origin',     ...options   })   .then(response => response.json())   .then(function*(response) {     console.log("httpStatusCode", response.httpStatusCode)   })     Is the above possible...
When writing redux-thunk functions, known as thunks there is allot of boilerplate that could be easily abstracted away. For example in most of our async API calls we are doing the following, without any side-effects:  export const LOGIN_REQUEST = ...
My Saga Root looks like this  export default function* root() {   yield takeLatest(LOAD_SEARCHRESULTS, getSearchResults); }   it watches LOAD_SEARCHRESULTS action and then calls getSearchResults function.  Is there any way I can watch multiple action...
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 create app with redux saga and I have problem with geolocation. Actually I found the solution but I don't understand how it works.  function userPositionPromised() {   const position = {}   if (navigator.geolocation) {     navigator.geolocation...
I use redux-saga and I created a generator checkUsername which perform the API call. I though that const username will equal to response from API, but I've got undefined.   function* checkUsername(action) {   try {     const username = yield call...
I have a saga which is listening to an action. And when this action is dispatched it performs a blocking call.  The problem is that a lot of actions (same actions) are dispatched in the same time and my saga can't take all the actions. But I need...

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