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Take a load off with React

When designing asynchronous operations in a React application (such as data fetching), it's easy to overlook the confusing and inconsistent user experience it can result in. The following issues can arise:

  • Managing promise states manually can be harmful to the user's experience.
  • Visibly reloading data that has already been seen by the user.
  • Loading spinners can appear for microseconds before resolving content.

In an ever-present battle for our user's attention, details matter. Any combination of the above issues can lead to quite a jarring experience, so what can we do about it?

Presented by

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Claudia Nadalin

Claudia is a software developer at Medipass, located in Melbourne. She is most excited about building solutions to all kinds of interesting and important problems. Her favourite cuisine is Italian, with the exception of salted cod.

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Jake Moxey

Jake is a frontend engineer at Medipass, a health claiming and payments platform. He is keen on contributing to open source React tooling to assist with creating flawless user experiences whilst also keeping developer experience in mind.

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