Render as you fetch (with and without suspense) (epicreact.dev)
Sep 21, 2020
React Suspense for Data Fetching is an experimental feature in React that opens the doors to a lot of really awesome performance improvements as well as developer experience improvements thanks to the declarative APIs given around asynchrony.
React concurrent mode (blog.logrocket.com)
Apr 30, 2020
If you like experimental stuff and reading about the future of React, you came to the right place. Otherwise, it may be better to wait a bit until the dust has settled and this feature is out there for good.
Stop... Render Time! (react.christmas)
Dec 02, 2019
The promise of Concurrent Mode was made at a conference in 2018. The React team claim that this famous new feature would help with the issues with rendering, allowing to pause the render when the need to do more important tasks should occur. Let's take a closer look!
Why Is React Concurrent Mode Exciting? (hswolff.com)
Oct 27, 2019
Last week the React team released an experimental version of Concurrent Mode to the public. It's been in development for over a year and the React community has been very excited about its release.
Concurrent React From Scratch (swyx.io)
Oct 25, 2019
In this talk, we’ll create an effective mental model of React Hooks by building a tiny clone of React! This will serve two purposes – to demonstrate the effective use of closures, and to show how you can build a Hooks clone in just 29 lines of readable JS.
React 16.x Roadmap (reactjs.org)
Nov 27, 2018
You might have heard about features like “Hooks”, “Suspense”, and “Concurrent Rendering” in the previous blog posts and talks. In this post, we’ll look at how they fit together and the expected timeline for their availability in a stable release of React.
Update on Async Rendering (reactjs.org)
Mar 27, 2018
We’d like to share with you some of the lessons we’ve learned while working on these features, and some recipes to help prepare your components for async rendering when it launches.