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AFAIK, dispatching action is synchronous. In case if you are willing to address the asynchronous call, you can use the thunk-middleware in redux, where dispatch is provided as a callback function which you can invoke as per your convenience. For more info, checkout this answer on SO by Author itself: How to dispatch a Redux action with a timeout?


Nobody knows better than the code itself. =) As you can see dispatch is absolutely synchronous. The only warning here is that store enhancers can (and do) substitute dispatch method. For example, take a look at applyMiddleware enhancer, it lets you jack middlewares in by replacing default dispatch method with its own implementation. Though I never saw any Redux enhancer which would actually remove synchronous nature of dispatch.

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