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React Hooks and Suspense

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Kent C. Dodds
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14 lessons
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React Suspense has been released in React 16.6.0 (React.lazy support only) and React Hooks is stable in 16.8.0! Let's see how we can use these and more features of React together to write simpler React components.

Course Content

38m • 14 lessons

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