John Reilly
Jan 28, 2020 ⋅ 6 min read

Integrating web workers in a React app with Comlink

John Reilly MacGyver turned Dev 🌻❤️ TypeScript / ts-loader / fork-ts-checker-webpack-plugin / DefinitelyTyped: The Movie

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2 Replies to "Integrating web workers in a React app with Comlink"

  1. Just what I was looking for!

    For those interested, this is how I got lazy loading to work without typescript:

    const worker = new Worker(‘../../pathtoWorker’, { name: ‘my-worker’, type: ‘module’ });
    const workerApi = wrap(worker)

  2. This really helps me and save my time. I like other articles too.
    One small thing to change in snippet.

    After I changed
    const total = useTakeALongTimeToAddTwoNumbers(number1, number2);
    const {total} = useTakeALongTimeToAddTwoNumbers(number1, number2);

    I can avoid an error.

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