What is Redux Observable?
It allows developers to dispatch a function that returns an observable, promise or iterable of action(s). Compose and cancel async actions to create side effects and more.
Redux Observable is a tool in the Concurrency Frameworks category of a tech stack.
Who uses Redux Observable?
19 companies reportedly use Redux Observable in their tech stacks, including frontend, Velocity Black, and TOKIGAMES TECH.
24 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Redux Observable.
Redux Observable's Features
- Redux async actions
- Rest requests with Redux
- ReactiveX standards
Redux Observable Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Redux Observable?
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