The point of the
<portal> element (behind a flag in Chrome Canary) is that you can preload another whole page (like
In a bid to have web applications serve needs for different types of users, it’s likely that more code is required than it would be for one type of user so the app can handle and adapt to different scenarios and use cases, which lead to new features and functionalities. When this happens, it’s reasonable to expect the performance of an app to dwindle as the codebase grows.
Code splitting is a technique where an application only loads the code … Read article “Using React Loadable for Code Splitting by Components and Routes”