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Internal apps vs. public websites

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Sam and Ryan chat about the differences between building internal apps vs. public websites, and why public sites get talked about more on forums like Twitter. They also talk more about their experiments with Suspense and Transitions in React 18.

Topics include:

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 2:35 - How to trigger Suspense by accessing an unresolved promise
  • 11:04 - Tension between flexibility of Transitions and Suspense vs. best practices around data fetching
  • 21:00 - Semantics of React APIs when using Concurrent features
  • 24:12 - How internal tools differ from public websites
  • 43:24 - Sam’s next vid: Reducing loading spinners on route transitions in Next.js
  • 45:28 - Ryan’s next vid: Demo of startTransition

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Sam and Ryan chat about the differences between building internal apps vs. public websites, and why public sites get talked about more on forums like Twitter. They also talk more about their experiments with Suspense and Transitions in React 18.

Topics include:

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 2:35 - How to trigger Suspense by accessing an unresolved promise
  • 11:04 - Tension between flexibility of Transitions and Suspense vs. best practices around data fetching
  • 21:00 - Semantics of React APIs when using Concurrent features
  • 24:12 - How internal tools differ from public websites
  • 43:24 - Sam’s next vid: Reducing loading spinners on route transitions in Next.js
  • 45:28 - Ryan’s next vid: Demo of startTransition

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  continue reading

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