Understanding React concurrency
#340 — May 24, 2023
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Understanding React Concurrency — It’s not mandatory to understand the details of React’s ‘concurrent features’ (what you may have once called ‘concurrent mode’) but having the basic ideas in your head could help you solve performance problems and bugs down the line.
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