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Using the Redux Thunk to Dispatch Async Actions with React

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With Redux, we can use it to store data in a central location in our JavaScript app. It can work alone and it’s also a popular state management solution for React apps when combined with React-Redux.

In this article, we’ll look at how to use React Redux and Redux Thunk to dispatch async actions in a React app.

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