Batch dispatching actions

Show how to batch multiple dispatch calls to prevent unnecessary re-renders and improve performance.
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        // Assuming we are using Redux as our state management

        // Action creator functions
        function actionOne(payload) {
            return { type: 'ACTION_ONE', payload };

        function actionTwo(payload) {
            return { type: 'ACTION_TWO', payload };

        // Batch dispatch function
        function batchDispatch(actions) {
            return (dispatch) => {
                actions.forEach(action => dispatch(action));

        // Example Redux store (needs redux-thunk for the batchDispatch to work)
        // const store = createStore(reducer, applyMiddleware(thunk));

        // Batch dispatch invocation
            actionOne({ data: 'data for action one' }),
            actionTwo({ data: 'data for action two' })
This HTML file includes an example of batch dispatching actions using Redux. The JavaScript script section defines action creator functions and a `batchDispatch` function, which takes an array of actions and dispatches them in a loop to prevent multiple re-renders. In this example, Redux would need to be set up with middleware like redux-thunk to handle the dispatched function.