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React Suspense in Practice

This post is about understanding how Suspense works, what it does, and seeing how it can integrate into a real web app. We’ll look at how to integrate routing and data loading with Suspense in React. For routing, I’ll be using vanilla JavaScript, and I’ll be using my own micro-graphql-react GraphQL library for data.… Read article “React Suspense in Practice”

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React’s Experimental Suspense API Will Rock for Fallback UI During Data Fetches

Most web applications built today receive data from an API. When fetching that data, we have to take certain situations into consideration where the data might not have been received. Perhaps it was a lost connection. Maybe it was the endpoint was changed. Who knows. Whatever the issue, it’s the end user who winds up with a big bag of nothing on the front end.

So we ought to account for that!… Read article “React’s Experimental Suspense API Will Rock for Fallback UI During Data Fetches”