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feat(Adapters): Adds support for Epic input/output adapters. #85

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@jayphelps jayphelps commented Jul 30, 2016

This allows us to support RxJS v4 via

An adapter is an object that has two properties, input and output.

const adapter = {
  input: action$ => convertItSomeHow(action$),
  output: action$ => convertItSomeHow(action$)

The input function is provided the original v5 ActionsObservable and the result you return is then provided to all of your Epics.

The output function is invoked for each Epic, provided with the output of that Epic. The result you return is expected to be RxJS v5 compliant; anything that Observable.from works on so that includes stream[Symbol.observable]().

We strongly believe people should switch to v5, but we realize that not everyone has the immediate cycles to do so, or have issues against software labeled as "beta"--though it's funny they would still use redux-observable (or similar middleware) which is far more unstable than v5 is.

Cc/ @Blesh @BerkeleyTrue

@benlesh benlesh merged commit a662cdf into master Aug 1, 2016
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@jayphelps jayphelps commented Aug 1, 2016

Published as v0.9.0

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