This post isn’t about a brand new discussion. I’ve seen this topic later on Twitter, blog posts, tech conferences – like FloripaJS – in my city, as well as other social networks. So I felt I could bring some of my thoughts about it, because I’ve worked as a Full-stack developer for a long time, and am I living a lie?
In this article you will get to know what is React Suspense, how to use this feature and what to expect from the future of the SPA’s (Single-page application) from my point of view.
In the last JsConf at Iceland, Dan Abramov showed us a new feature called Suspense, where you can manage asynchronous requests and more – if you didn’t watch the presentation, you can do it right now: