Supper Club × Lee Robinson on React Suspense, Server Components
In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with Lee Robinson from Vercel about React Suspense, server components, the edge, and more!
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- 00:35 Welcome
- 01:34 Guest introduction
- 02:25 Syntax hosted on Vercel
- 04:08 What is suspense?
- 06:50 Benefits of selective hydration
- 13:15 Sponsor: Lightstep Incident Response
- 14:24 How does suspense know you’re doing something inside of it?
- 18:02 How does this connect to server components in React?
- 22:00 How do we use this in NextJS?
- 24:32 NextJS routing future
- Layouts RFC
- 33:11 Will I ever be able to use web components inside NextJS?
- 36:12 Sponsor: Gatsby
- 37:14 What’s happening with the Edge?
- Edge Runtime
- 47:37 What should we use for databases?
- 50:39 Supper Club dessert questions
- 58:57 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ×××