Queueing Actions with actionChannel

Demonstrate how to use actionChannel to queue incoming actions and process them sequentially using a while loop in saga.
import { take, actionChannel, call } from 'redux-saga/effects';
function* watchRequests() {
  // Creating an action channel for REQUEST actions
  const requestChan = yield actionChannel('REQUEST');
  while (true) {
    // Taking an action from the channel
    const action = yield take(requestChan);
    // Processing the action
    yield call(handleRequest, action);
function* handleRequest(action) {
  // Your request handling logic here
This code snippet demonstrates how to create an action channel using 'actionChannel' to buffer incoming 'REQUEST' actions and process them sequentially. The 'watchRequests' saga listens for actions of type 'REQUEST', queues them, and processes each one at a time using a while loop. The actual processing logic would reside within the 'handleRequest' generator function. This approach ensures that actions are handled in the order they're received, one at a time.