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How to actually deal with promises?

See original GitHub issue

This is probably a duplicate of, but the original issue never contained a valid example of a workaround for the issue with Promises.

And it would be really helpful if the library supported Promises out of the box.

Because right now I’m in a situation where after a code refactoring I cannot continue using rxjs-marbles in testing my Angular ngrx effect, because it consumes a service that returns a promise.

Any help appreciated.


Issue Analytics

  • State:open
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:9 (4 by maintainers)

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cartantcommented, Apr 1, 2020

Nope. You cannot use hot and cold without the TestScheduler and virtual time. Use subjects for hot observables and of for cold, etc.

Maximaximumcommented, Apr 1, 2020

I’ll just leave a link to the rxjs Known issues here, so that anyone scratching their head around these issues can easily find it:

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