Evil things you do with redux — dispatch in updating lifecycle methods
Chris Tate

This was also our initial naive way how to chain things together.

We were ajax fetching using our implementation of very similar thing to redux-promise-middleware. Redux-thunk itself could help a lot, but there is a lot of importing if you want to reuse some handlers and keep parts of them DRY.

I like dispatching more redux actions in 1 go to not copy stuff in reducers, but your way of doing it in Solution 1 is not very good. You want to do just 1 function call in lifecycle components and than let redux-thunk fork it into multiple actual low level dispatches.

But with my research I also ended up in redux-saga universe.

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