In this episode of React Round Up, I talk all things React Suspense--how it helps to resolve conflicts with resource scheduling and how it differs from current practices. I explain how React Suspense will reduce code size for loading states, the mechanism of parallel execution and how complexity in logic can be simplified with it. I also mentions some modules where Suspense can already be integrated. Lastly, we discuss server-side rendering with Suspense and my philosophical approach to technology adoption (which is incremental).
No embed this time, but you can find the episode on devchat.tv