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React Async is a promise-based library that lets you make API calls using a declarative API. For declarative promise resolution and data fetching, it includes a React component and a Hook.

The following are the steps for using async/await in React:

  • configure babel.
  • in front of componentDidMount, add the async keyword.
  • use await in the function's body.
  • Make certain you catch any errors that may occur.

React Async has a component-first mental model. Instead of loading data from a high level in your application and passing it down to a component for display, you load data at the component level. A component like this is known as an async component.

React Async is a promise-based library that lets you make API calls using a declarative API. For declarative promise resolution and data fetching, it includes a React component and a Hook. Fetch API, Axios, and GraphQL are just a few of the data fetching frameworks and APIs that React Async works with.

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