Convenient Data Fetching with Higher Order Components
While the React community has mostly agreed on abstracting complex app state away from the components, it is often a different story when it comes to remote data-fetching. On one side stand the many incarnations of the “fetch on didMount, show placeholder while isLoading” pattern, on the other you have frameworks like Apollo and Falcor—excellent in their own right, but what if we can’t (or don’t want to) use them on a particular project?
We’ll be showing a small and self-contained data provider library—using higher-order React components and Redux on the client side, and requiring zero changes to your backend. We’ll also keep our components from worrying about how and when the fetching happens—defining instead only what data is required, while abstracting all of the race-conditions and caching via a single HOC, handling the hard parts.
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