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    De-prioritize NonUser-Blocking Updates with React useTransition's startTransition Function
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De-prioritize NonUser-Blocking Updates with React useTransition's startTransition Function

Michael Chan
InstructorMichael Chan

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In blocking rendering, all updates have the same priority.

In Concurrent Mode, work is "interruptible". And user-blocking updates are treated with highest importance.

To keep interfaces interactive and snappy, we can de-prioritize slower updates.

The useTransition Hook — and its startTransition function — allows React to schedule work after higher priority work.