This week we learned that Concurrent ‘mode’ is dead,
that transitions help us improve user experience for slow views, and when to choose
I’d like to test your knowledge with a few questions:
- If there is no bottom-up “Concurrent Mode” for React, which parts of a React 18 application use concurrent rendering?
- What types of user experiences do transitions help us improve?
- What additional insight does
useTransitiongive us that
- What is the order of elements returned from
This week is filled with new concepts.
If you’re having trouble, hit reply and let me know how I can help!
- The parts of a React 18 application that utilize concurrent rendernig are the component trees that use concurrent features like
- Transitions help us improve user experience when updates are slow. Transitions are useful for both slow networks and expensive computations.
- A boolean with the state of the transition.