Ovie Okeh
Aug 3, 2023 ⋅ 13 min read

Data fetching with React Suspense

Ovie Okeh Programming enthusiast, lover of all things that go beep.

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6 Replies to "Data fetching with React Suspense"

  1. Hey Ovie, great article!
    I was just wondering if you’d know how to convert the `wrapPromise` helper to the async/await syntax? I’ve been trying to do it but I’m not sure what to throw when the status is “pending”.

  2. Hey nice article, thanks. Nice trick the wrapPromise function. I haven’t tried yet. Thanks again and congratulations.

  3. i found this didnt work by assigning wrapPromise.status and wrapPromise.response as local variables because state was not retained between subsequent calls to wrapPromise.read(). This worked fine for me when I moved status and response to global scope.

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