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Another option is to put the whole scenario logic to a single entity (thunk, saga, whatever). In this case, we can just wait for the end of the entity. E.g., thunk returns a simple promise from a dispatch-call, so we can wait for resolve. Sagas are based on generators and for handling this case they have a special library — redux-saga-test-plan.
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