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Glad Chinda
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Nov 11, 2020 ⋅ 5 min read

Lazy loading React components

Glad Chinda Full-stack web developer learning new hacks one day at a time. Web technology enthusiast. Hacking stuffs @theflutterwave.

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6 Replies to "Lazy loading React components"

  1. Hey! Thanks for your post!

    Using lazy routes, after updating the app, if you do not refresh the app on the browser, it will try to load an old version of the bundle. so error “Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <” come up. How do you prevent that?

  2. Hello @Devin, sorry this response is coming really late. I didn’t receive any notification for this comment.

    There isn’t any particular reason for using @reach router here. In fact using react-router will also work just fine. I think the React documentation even uses react-router in their route-based code splitting examples.

    I hope you find this answer helpful.

  3. Hey, thanks for your feedback. I know this response is coming quite late but I still hope you could find it useful.

    You could setup live reload using maybe webpack-dev-server or any other tooling that fits into your project setup. That way, the browser tab automatically refreshes when files change, without you having to manually do that.

  4. Hey Mate, #GladChinda,

    Very well written article. I was searching for dynamically loaded react components & came across this page. It covers both React Lazy & Loadable part. Thank you so much.

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