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Dispatching asynchronous Side Effects inside synchronous Redux actions without using any middleware — React.

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export const resetFilter = () => async (dispatch, getState) => {   
dispatch({ type: RESET_FILTER });
await dispatch(callAPI_1());
const {
mainComponent: { api1_data },
} = getState();
await dispatch(
callAPI_2(api1_data.param1, api1_data.param2)
useEffect(() => {
async function getData() {
await callAPI_1();
await callAPI_2(api1_data.param1, api1_data.param2);
}, [callAPI_1]);

Subhayan Ghosh



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