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# in a fresh repository
$ git --version
git version 2.17.1
$ mkdir foo && touch -- foo/bar
$ git stash push -u -m "test" foo
Saved working directory and index state On improvement/pam2-2779-add-types-to-entitiy-models: test
fatal: pathspec 'foo' did not match any files
error: unrecognized input
$ git stash show stash@{0}
# no output


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import PropTypes from 'prop-types';
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Redux Modules w/ API Middleware

This is extracted from a project that's been in development for about two months; I tried to include just enough code to give you an idea how I restrict async operations to custom middleware and keep all actions synchronous and declarative. The original inspiration was the real-world example from redux. This isn't a terribly complicated example, but an action that kicks off a multi-step async function would have basically the same structure: the action provides whatever configuration is necessary to perform that task, and the middleware orchestrates the async control flow and dispatches intermediate actions as required. I know some people will say that moving async operations to a custom middleware instead of an action creator is just rearranging the deck chairs on the titanic, but in my experience it makes a huge difference as the project grows in complexity and prevents the action creators and reducers from devolving i


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