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React Deep Dive: cache

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Ryan and Sam discuss the purpose and usage of the cache() function, a new experimental API from React.

Topics include:

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 2:29 - Caching in Next.js vs. React cache()
  • 8:11 - Why React invalidates the cache for each server request
  • 14:43 - How cache() enables colocation of data-fetching code
  • 16:14 - Using cache() to share CPU-heavy or I/O-bound tasks between components
  • 19:31 - Why cache() obviates the need for context in Server Components
  • 23:19 - The danger of module scope on the server
  • 27:54 - Why cache() is implemented with AsyncLocalStorage
  • 41:04 - Why cache() is part of React
  • 48:27 - Why Server Components don’t support cache()
  • 53:04 - How cache() eliminates waterfalls

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React Deep Dive: cache

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Ryan and Sam discuss the purpose and usage of the cache() function, a new experimental API from React.

Topics include:

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 2:29 - Caching in Next.js vs. React cache()
  • 8:11 - Why React invalidates the cache for each server request
  • 14:43 - How cache() enables colocation of data-fetching code
  • 16:14 - Using cache() to share CPU-heavy or I/O-bound tasks between components
  • 19:31 - Why cache() obviates the need for context in Server Components
  • 23:19 - The danger of module scope on the server
  • 27:54 - Why cache() is implemented with AsyncLocalStorage
  • 41:04 - Why cache() is part of React
  • 48:27 - Why Server Components don’t support cache()
  • 53:04 - How cache() eliminates waterfalls

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  continue reading

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