React Suspense in Practice (css-tricks.com)
Mar 19, 2020
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.
Using Suspense with react-query (blog.logrocket.com)
Jan 07, 2020
In this article, we’ll look at using the react-query library alongside Suspense by building a simple recipe app that fetches recipe data from an API and renders it to the DOM.
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Can you feel the Suspense?! (react.christmas)
Dec 05, 2019
Suspense is and will become a game changer when it comes to data fetching. It changes the way we structure our code, think about loading states and gives a better experience for both the developers and the users' interface.
Suspense Explained (adamrackis.dev)
Nov 14, 2019
This post is my attempt at explaining what problems it solves, with what primitives, which I’ll take you through step by step, showing what they do, and how they’re employed.
Catch Your Suspense Errors (dev.to)
Oct 30, 2019
Not every promise resolves. Some are rejected. So, when we use React.Suspense to show loading and loaded states, we need to consider exceptions as well.
React Suspense with GraphQL (medium.com)
Feb 08, 2019
Warning, the React docs say that Suspense does not yet support data loading, so in the future there may be breaking changes & better options available.
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.